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enteric

 [en-ter´ik]
pertaining to the small intestine; called also enteral.
enteric-coated of tablets, having a special coating that prevents release and absorption of their contents until they reach the intestine.

en·ter·ic

(en-tĕr'ik),
Relating to the intestine.
[G. enterikos, from entera, bowels]

enteric

/en·ter·ic/ (en-ter´ik) within or pertaining to the small intestine.

enteric

(ĕn-tĕr′ĭk) also

enteral

(ĕn′tər-əl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or being within the intestine.

enteric

[enter′ik]
Etymology: Gk, enteron, bowel
pertaining to the intestinal tract.

enteric

Referring to the (small) intestine.

en·ter·ic

(en-ter'ik)
Relating to the intestine.
[G. enterikos, from entera, bowels]

enteric

Pertaining to the small intestine.

enteric

relating to the INTESTINE.

Enteric

Pertaining to the intestine.
Mentioned in: Stool Culture

en·ter·al

, enteric (en'tĕr-ăl, -terik)
Within, or by way of, the intestine or gastrointestinal tract.
[G. enteron, intestine]

enteric

pertaining to the small intestine.

enteric bacteria
straight gram-negative rods, members of the family enterobacteriaceae.
enteric-coated
designating a special coating applied to tablets or capsules which prevents release and absorption of their contents until they reach the intestine.
enteric fever
enteric protein loss
see protein-losing enteropathy.
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In addition to test volume and sales projections, the report presents sales and market share estimates for major suppliers of enteric disease diagnostic products, by test and country.
Limitations in our current knowledge of noroviruses and the other novel enteric viruses, excluding rotavirus, can be addressed by research over the next decade.
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The aetiologic spectrum of enteric pathogens causing diarrhoea includes bacteria, parasites, fungi and viruses (3).
There are not many recent studies evaluating the recovery of enteric pathogens from delayed transport of fecal specimens in Cary-Blair medium.
Enteroviruses and hepatitis A and E viruses are enteric viruses with a very wide range of health effects.
Most of these data are from case reports and small-sample cross-sectional studies; however, several recent short-term longitudinal studies have provided estimates of the incidence of adverse health events after enteric infections (8,14,15).
Methods: The blood samples of patients suspected of having enteric fever and admitted to Government Medical College and Hospital, Chandigarh, from January 2006 to April 2007 (11,240) were processed by conventional methods.
Each tablet contains 15 mg of immediate-release lansoprazole surrounding a core of 500 mg of naproxen, which has a pH-sensitive enteric coating.
When human sewage is discharged into waterways that serve as sources of domestic drinking water, the detection of the same enteric viruses in the water supply and in humans is sufficient evidence to prove that the presence of the former caused the presence of the latter.
2 million premature deaths from otherwise preventable enteric diseases, including diarrheal diseases, says the World Health Organization.