enterogenous

enterogenous

 [en″ter-oj´ĕ-nus]
1. arising from the foregut.
2. originating within the small intestine.

en·ter·og·e·nous

(en'tĕr-oj'ĕ-nŭs),
Of intestinal origin.
[entero- + G. -gen, producing]

en·ter·og·e·nous

(en'tĕr-oj'ĕ-nŭs)
Of intestinal origin.
[entero- + G. -gen, producing]

en·ter·og·e·nous

(en'tĕr-oj'ĕ-nŭs)
Of intestinal origin.
[entero- + G. -gen, producing]
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The most important differential diagnoses of lymphangiomas include hemangiomas, intraspinal arachnoid cysts, neurilemomas, meningotheliomas, lipomas, embryonal tumors, enterogenous cysts, metastatic tumors, and other rare intraspinal tumors such as hemangiopericytomas.
The latter, enterogenous cysts, are lined by columnar cuboidal or transitional epithelium.
Diverticula and duplications (enterogenous cysts) of the stomach and duodenum.
Intracranial enterogenous cyst extending into both supratentorial and infratentorial compartments: case report and review of the literature.
Other orbital choristomas include those arising from lacrimal, adipose, cartilage, bone, and brain [1] as well as enterogenous [2] rests.
Enterogenous cysts of CNS are unusual cystic lesions which have an epithelial lining resembling gastrointestinal mucosa [1].
In infants and children, the primary mediastinal masses in order of decreasing frequency are neurogenic tumours, germ cell tumours, enterogenous (Foregut) cysts, lymphomas, angiomas, lymphangiomas, thymic tumours, stem cell tumours, and pleuropericardial cysts.
Diagnosis and treatment of mediastinal enterogenous cysts in children.
(8) Several different terms have been used in the literature to describe these cysts ranging from tailgut cyst to retrorectal hamartoma, cyst of the postanal intestine, mucus-secreting cyst, retrorectal cyst and enterogenous cyst.
Surgical treatment of duplication of the alimentary tract: enterogenous cysts, enteric cysts, or ileum duplex.
Our previous results showed that the plasma endotoxin level in rats subjected to SMAO shock plus MLR was higher than in the rats subjected to only SMAO shock, suggesting that the lymphatic system plays an important role in enterogenous BET (10).