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ileac

 [il´e-ak]
1. of the nature of ileus.
2. pertaining to the ileum.

il·e·ac

(il'ē-ak),
1. Relating to ileus.
2. Relating to the ileum.

ileac

/il·e·ac/ (il´e-ak)
1. of the nature of ileus.
2. ileal.

ileac 1

(ĭl′ē-ăk′)
adj.
Of, relating to, or having the nature of ileus.

ileac 2

(ĭl′ē-ăk′)
adj.
Variant of iliac.

ilea, ileac, ileal

See ileum.

il·e·ac

(il'ē-ak)
1. Relating to ileus.
2. Relating to the ileum.

ileac

1. of the nature of ileus.
2. pertaining to the ileum.

ileal, ileac

pertaining to the ileum.

ileal atresia
see inherited alimentary tract segmental atresia.
ileal conduit
use of a segment of the ileum for the diversion of urinary flow from the ureters.
ileal muscular hypertrophy
a cause of chronic or intermittent colic of horses characterized by loud ileocecal gut sounds and a palpably enlarged terminal ileum on rectal examination. See also intussusception.
transmissible ileal hypertrophy
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Better access to patients of all sizes, from thin to obese, may be another advantage, as the device uses the easy-to-find anterior ileac crest as its access site, he commented.
The device can collect 80%-100% of bone marrow in the ileac in less than 20 minutes, he said.
This is just following an operation to repair two ileac artery aneurysms that had taken place the month before.
A man should conceal a hip holster behind the hip; without you giving him that advice, he may mount it on the ileac crest where it will chafe, be embarrassingly obvious, and be awkward to draw from.
However, there were no significant differences in the jejunal and ileac BBMV Pi transport activity among the three Pi diets (Figure 2).