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 (do͞o′ə-dē′nəm, dyo͞o′-, do͞o-ŏd′n-əm, dyo͞o-)
n. pl. du·o·de·na (do͞o′ə-dē′nə, dyo͞o′-, do͞o-ŏd′n-ə, dyo͞o-) or du·o·de·nums
The beginning portion of the small intestine, starting at the lower end of the stomach and extending to the jejunum.

[Middle English, from Medieval Latin, short for intestīnum duodēnum digitōrum, intestine of twelve finger-widths (in length), from Latin duodēnum, genitive pl. of duodēnī, twelve each, from duodecim, twelve; see duodecimal.]

du′o·de′nal (do͞o′ə-dē′nəl, dyo͞o′-, do͞o-ŏd′n-əl, dyo͞o-) adj.


(ˌdu əˈdin l, ˌdyu-; duˈɒd n əl, dyu-)

of or pertaining to the duodenum.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.duodenal - in or relating to the duodenum; "duodenal ulcer"


A. ADJduodenal
B. CPD duodenal ulcer Núlcera f de duodeno


[ˌdjuːəʊˈdiːnəl] adjduodénal(e) duodenal ulcerduodenal ulcer nulcère m du duodénum


adj duodenal ulcerZwölffingerdarmgeschwür nt


[ˌdjuːəʊˈdiːnl] adj (ulcer) → duodenale


a. duodenal, rel. al duodeno.


adj duodenal; — switch cruce m duodenal
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If duodenal stenosis rather than atresia is present, symptoms may present in the newborn period, or, less commonly, when solid foods are introduced.
evaluation of the portal vein after duodenoduodenostomy for congenital duodenal stenosis associated with the preduodenal superior mesenteric vein, situs inversus, polysplenia, and malrotation.
One had a small hiatal hernia (a sliding of the stomach above the diaphragm) and another duodenal stenosis (a narrowing of the duodenum--the first part of the small intestine).
13] Other clinical manifestations have been reported: peptic ulcer secondary to stasis upstream of duodenal stenosis, acute, chronic or recurrent pancreatitis.
Duodenal involvement is frequently observed in the typical long clinical course of CP, and duodenal stenosis is a well-known complication in a proportion of cases ranging from 19.