secretory

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se·cre·to·ry

 (sĭ-krē′tə-rē)
adj.
Relating to or performing secretion.
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secretory

(sɪˈkriːtərɪ) or

secretive

adj
(Physiology) of, relating to, or producing a secretion: a secretory cell; secretory function.
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se•cre•to•ry

(sɪˈkri tə ri)

adj.
1. pertaining to secretion.
2. performing the process of secretion.
[1685–95]
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Adj.1.secretory - of or relating to or producing a secretion; " a secretory cell"
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Translations

secretory

adj gland etcsekretorisch
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se·cre·to·ry

a. secretor-a, que tiene la propiedad de secretar;
___ capillariescapilares secretores;
___ carcinomacarcinoma ___;
___ fiberfibra ___;
___ nervenervio ___.
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secretory

adj secretorio
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References in periodicals archive ?
Novel targeted cancer therapy agents, such as epidermal growth factor receptor antibodies and TKIs, with or without cycle chemotherapy agents, may activate intestinal chloride secretory pathways, leading to increased chloride secretion into the gut lumen, coupled with significant loss of water, that would result in secretory diarrhea.
Because of the profuse secretory diarrhea experienced by some patients, it has been hypothesized that Cryptosporidium produces an enterotoxin (Fayer, 2004).
If you subscribe to the idea that diarrhea helps rid the body of toxins, be reminded that secretory diarrhea is exploited by the organism to spread the infestation to as many humans as possible.
Vanda stated that CFTR activators and inhibitors may have broad applicability in addressing a number of high unmet medical needs, including chronic dry eye, constipation, polycystic kidney disease, cholestasis and secretory diarrhea.
Secretory diarrhea is a branch of diarrhea, because its typical symptom is excessive fluid secretion.
Watery diarrhea, hypokalemia and achlorhydria syndrome is a rare cause of chronic secretory diarrhea arising from a vasoactive intestinal peptide releasing tumor.