intraintestinal

intraintestinal

(ĭn″tră-ĭn-tĕs′tĭn-ăl) [″ + intestinum, intestine]
Within the intestine.
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12], following intraintestinal administration in rats," International Journal of Pharmaceutics, vol.
The hydrogen breath test, and on one occasion, the rise in blood glucose, were used as indices of the completeness of intraintestinal hydrolysis and absorption of milk lactose.
Transmission typically occurs when larvae from stool-contaminated soil penetrate skin; intraintestinal autoinfection is also possible, sometimes allowing infection to persist for decades.
Se especulaba que la bacteria durante la fase de esporulacion intraintestinal activaba la produccion toxigenica desencadenando la infeccion fatal en los animales.
The source of intoxication with type F botulism among adults is often uncertain but might result from either intestinal colonization with clostridial spores and subsequent intraintestinal toxin production or from ingestion of preformed toxin in contaminated food (1).
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Observations on the intraintestinal infection and experimental cholera produced with cell-free products.
Characterization of interintestinal and intraintestinal variations in human CYP3A-dependent metabolism.
Relacionado con lo anterior, algunos estudios apoyan la nocion de que el aire intraintestinal excesivo produce episodios de colico, el cual resulta de aerofagia secundaria al llanto inconsolable o del aumento en la generacion de gas producido por fermentacion colonica debida a un elevado numero de bacterias, a mala absorcion de carbohidratos (por inmadurez fisiologica en la secrecion de hormonas GI) o a ambos.
Gastrointestinal symptoms, such as diarrhea, due to intraintestinal activity of the adult worms, may precede the ocular manifestations.
OPerforming an EUS-guided biopsy with the new histology needle was feasible and safe for histopathology diagnosis of intraintestinal and extraintestinal mass lesions in this consecutive series of patients," said the study in its conclusion.

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