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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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The concentrations of immunoglobulin A (IgA) and IgG in plasma and SIgA in jejunal extracts were measured colorimetrically, through the antigen-antibody reaction, instrument measured absorbance in the 450 nm wavelength with enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) kits (Cusabio Biotech Co.
Extensive jejunal diverticulosis in a family, a matter of inheritance?
Fifty nine (59%) of the jejunal fluid samples yielded bacterial flora.
Lymphangioma of jejunal mesentery in an adult: a case report and the review of the Japanese literature.
Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma complicated with jejunal stricture: the palliative role of double-balloon enteroscopy.
Intestinal absorptive capacity, intestinal permeability and jejunal histology in HIV and their relation to diarrhea.
Twenty-four hours after re-starting iNO, we tested vardenafil 10 mg via a jejunal tube as rescue therapy.
Reconstruction options include segmental resection and esophagogastrostomy or total esophagectomy with jejunal or colon interposition.
The patient was an IgA-deficient, 47-year-old white woman with chronic diarrhea who was diagnosed with celiac disease on the basis of a jejunal biopsy that showed subtotal villous atrophy, a strongly positive antiendomysium IgG antibody, and abnormal intestinal permeability.
CD patients were diagnosed by the Gastroenterology Service according to the following criteria: (a) clinical evaluation; (b) laboratory analyses, including intestine absorption/ excretion function and AGAs; (c) jejunal biopsy revealing grade III-IV enteropathy according to Marsh (4); and (d) favorable evolution with a gluten-free diet (GFD).