intestinal canal


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intestinal canal

The alimentary canal from the stomach to the anus.
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The intestinal canal begins to acquire its characteristic fetures as the mesoderm grows, thickens and differentiates into smooth muscles (15).
when some of the cells in the undeveloped intestinal canal, that have broad differentiation characteristics, develop into a gastric epithelium at an incorrect level [5]; or lastly could be due to a regeneration error following the eradication of preexisting mucosa as seen in cases of regional enteritis and chronic tuberculous ulcer of the colon [6, 7].
When intestinal obstruction images were merged, MRE made use of the fluid retention to facilitate imaging, which indicated a clear dilation of the intestinal canal (Figure-1C).
(4.) Burt CAV Pneumatic rupture of the intestinal canal with experimental data showing the mechanism of perforation and the pressure required Arch Surg.