hyperperistalsis


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hyperperistalsis

 [hi″per-per″ĭ-stal´sis]
excessively active peristalsis.

hy·per·per·i·stal·sis

(hī'pĕr-per'i-stal'sis),
Excessive rapidity of the passage of food through the stomach and intestine.

hyperperistalsis

/hy·per·peri·stal·sis/ (-per″ĭ-stawl´sis) excessively active peristalsis.

hyperperistalsis

(hī′pər-pĕr′ĭ-stôl′sĭs, -stăl′-)
n.
A condition marked by excessive rapidity of the passage of food through the stomach and intestine.

hyperperistalsis

[-per′istal′sis]
Etymology: Gk, hyper, excess, peristellein, to clasp
a state of excessive motility of the waves of alternate contractions and relaxations that propel contents forward through the digestive tract.

hy·per·per·i·stal·sis

(hī'pĕr-per'i-stal'sis)
Excessive rapidity of the passage of food through the stomach and intestine.

hyperperistalsis

Excessive activity of the bowel in passing along its contents.

hy·per·per·i·stal·sis

(hī'pĕr-per'i-stal'sis)
Excessive rapidity of the passage of food through the stomach and intestine.

hyperperistalsis

excessively active peristalsis.
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Slight hyperperistalsis was the only abnormal finding.
sup][2] It was also documented by MRI that sperm transport was disturbed by hyperperistalsis when at least one focus of AM could be detected, and dysperistalsis when diffuse AM.
The most widely accepted one is the disordered motility with functional hyperperistalsis triggered by spasm or hyperacidity Mechanical factor include adhesion, long mesentry, sudden increased abdominal pressure.
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Relationship to change in diet, loss of positively acquired maternal immunity (early weaning away from breast milk), acute enteritis with hyperperistalsis and mesenteric adenitis have been known to be present in infancy with idiopathic intussusception and the increased incidence in early summer months common in infant intussusception (6).
There was no hyperperistalsis on auscultation of the abdomen.