jejunal


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je·ju·nal

a. yeyunal, rel. al yeyuno.

jejunal

adj yeyunal
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In the jejunal transfer group, no donor site morbidity was observed, whereas in the gastric tube reconstruction group, three patients had minor abdominal skin wound dehiscence, all of them addressed with minor revision surgery.
[13] reported an obstructive mesenteric root hyaline-vascular CD, that necessitated mass excision with segmental jejunal resection through open abdominal approach.
We report the case of a young lady who presented with massive bleeding per rectum and was diagnosed with metastatic choriocarcinoma of the ovary to the terminal jejunal segment.
J-J hernia--J-J hernias (enteroenterostomy or trans-mesenteric hernias) occur when bowel loops traverse the repaired mesenteric defect at the site of the jejunal to jejunal anastomosis.
Upon exploration; jejunal diverticular perforation was observed 20 cm distal to the Treitz's ligament (Figure 4) and a jejunostomy was performed at the level perforation.
No significant CPxprotease interactions were noted for duodenal VH, CD, VH/CD, and ASA, jejunal CD, VH/CD ratio and ASA and ileal VH, CD and VH/CD.
The first steps toward a new cell culture system for human norovirus included the detection of human norovirus antigen in duodenal and jejunal enterocytes in tissue sections from human norovirus-infected transplant patients (11) and the development of human intestinal enteroids (HIEs) derived from nontransformed small intestine and colonic tissues (12).
Background: Jejunal feeding tube allows the nutrition of critical care patients more easy and safe.
After jejunal administration in rats, in vivo insulin-CAGE showed exceptional pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic outcome.
A jejunal conduit was made 20 cm distal to duodenojejunal junction.
The R-Y reconstruction is characterized (after resection) by an EJS of the distal esophagus to a jejunal limb (mostly the second jejunal loop), which has been excluded from the normal intestinal passage.
The connective tissue was denser in the jejunal submucosa, but the muscularis was thicker.