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caecal

See cecal.

caecal

Referring to the caecum.

ce·cal

(sē'kăl)
1. Relating to the cecum.
2. Ending blindly or in a cul-de-sac.
Synonym(s): caecal.

caecal

see cecal.
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3 per cent (undetected to 102) and B in 100 per cent (ID to 101) in the caecal content supernatant.
were cultured from the ileal and caecal lymph nodes from this animal, and were detected in all 3 solid media from each of the 2 selective broths used for each of these tissues.
In the current study, we demonstrate enhanced production of proinflammatory cytokines associated with APOE4 in a murine model of peritonitis induced by caecal ligation and puncture (CLP).
A colonoscopy excluded a caecal neoplasm as a cause for appendiceal obstruction.
For example, studies on germ-free mice (C3H) introduced with caecal microflora of hamsters, show that the microflora serve as a barrier against Clostridium difficile and this anti-C, difficile barrier is attributable to another clostridial species, C.
Avian influenza virus was isolated from the caecal tonsil, feces, and kidneys.
The key rule I've always followed is to make sure you worm your hens regularly, as Heterakis gallinae worm (the caecal roundworm) is the little pest which is to blame for the problem.
The animals were transported to KSU, killed by an overdose of ether, and duodenal scrappings and caecal contents from them were placed in Merthiolate-Iodine-Formalin (MIF) fixative (Pritchard and Kruse, 1982).
Dietary mannanoligosaccharides and their effect on chicken caecal microflora in relation to Salmonella Enteritidis colonization.
Herein we describe a case of a woman with caecal herniation through the Foramen of Winslow causing subacute bowel obstruction.