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gastroenterologic

adjective Referring to gastroenterology.
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Prevalence of intestinal microsporidiosis in HIV-infected individuals referred for gastroenterologic evaluation.
The interactive approach of the CD-ROM encourages user participation by presenting 30 gastroenterologic scenarios.
Is the gastroenterologic future rosy or bleak for anti-IL23 therapy?
10] however, several cases have been reported in the gastroenterologic literature of colonoscopic bowel perforations associated with neck pain, subcutaneous emphysema, and radiographic findings of pneumomediastinum with pneumoperitoneum and pneumoretroperitoneum.
The current American Gastroenterologic Association, (151) the American College of Gastroenterology (ACG), (152) and the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE) (153) acknowledge that patients with IBD are at increased risk of developing colon cancer.
However, not all of us read JAMA or gastroenterologic literature on a regular basis.
May 2005: Clearance for use in urologic, gynecologic, and gastroenterologic anatomy; pubourethral support; bladder support; and urethral prolapse, along with indications for open and laparoscopic procedures.
The researchers also excluded children with a history of congenital cardiac defects requiring open-heart surgery, gastroenterologic anomalies requiring bowel resection or ongoing medical intervention, leukemia or other cancers, hypothyroidism requiring medication, and other chronic conditions affecting energy balance and growth.
SALT LAKE CITY -- Abdominal pain and other gastroenterologic symptoms commonly occurred in 48 schoolchildren but improved with time and did not keep the students out of school, according to results of a prospective study.
CD patients may present with almost any gastroenterologic symptom depending on the site of the disease.

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