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je·ju·nal

(je-jū'năl),
Relating to the jejunum.

jejunal

/je·ju·nal/ (jĕ-joo´n'l) pertaining to the jejunum.

jejunal

[jijo̅o̅′nəl]
Etymology: L, jejunus, empty
pertaining to the jejunum, the length of intestine between the duodenum and the ileum.

jejunal

adjective Referring to the jejunum.

je·ju·nal

(jĕ-jū'năl)
Relating to the jejunum.

jejunal

Pertaining to the JEJUNUM.

jejunal

pertaining to the jejunum.j. hemorrhage syndrome a sporadic disease with high case fatality that occurs in dairy cattle and to a lesser extent beef cattle. Cows may be found dead or present in shock with severe pain and an acute abdomen associated with segmental intramural hemorrhage in the proximal small intestine. In these areas there is hemorrhage with immediate clotting, forming a functional occlusion of the small intestinal lumen. The cause is not known but a variant of Clostridium perfringens has been suggested.
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In the current study, supplementation of HSPI, especially HSPIO, decreased these antioxidant enzyme activities or GSH content in serum, liver, duodenal mucosa or jejunal mucosa, implying that oxidized protein depressed the development of the antioxidant defense system in liver and intestinal tract in broilers.
Firstly, by increasing the length of jejunal mucosal villi and their surface area (Table 4) that can result in greater digestive and absorptive capacity of intestine to prepare more nutrients for host growth.
Although this approach involves the use of animal derived material as supporting scaffold, it should be noted that up to four jejunal segments can be explanted from one pig and that the number of used animals is reduced to a minimum since other tissues are used for further research purposes.
At laparotomy, jejunal mass with extensive hemorrhagic and necrotic areas noted along with extensive peritoneal metastasis.
This syndrome has also been called jejunal hemorrhage syndrome (ABUTARBUSH, 2002) and hemorrhagic bowel syndrome (TAJIK et al.
The incidence of jejunal and ileal atresia ranges from 1 in 1,500 to 1 in 12,000 births.
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Case report: Perforating jejunal diverticulosis in 2 horses.
Studies in infants recovering from enteritis have shown that ingestion of cow's milk protein can cause a marked reduction in lactase, sucrase, and maltase activity (isomaltase activity was not measured), accompanied by histologic changes in jejunal mucosa.
The histologic changes seen in duodenal and jejunal biopsies of celiac disease are within a spectrum of inflammation levels and architectural distortions that often occur over time.