jejunoileal

jejunoileal

 [je-joo″no-il´e-al]
pertaining to the jejunum and ileum; connecting the proximal jejunum with the distal ileum.

je·ju·no·il·e·al

(je-jū'nō-il'ē-ăl),
Relating to the jejunum and the ileum.

je·ju·no·il·e·al

(jĕ-jū'nō-il'ē-ăl)
Relating to the jejunum and the ileum.
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It was shown that smoking (p=0.015) and jejunoileal anastomosis (p=0.002) were significantly closely correlated to increased risks of recurrence, whereas laparoscopy (p=0.039), side-to-side anastomosis (p=0.018), and anastomotic stoma wider than 3 cm (p=0.024) were significantly closely correlated to reduced risks of recurrence.
On CT, a characteristic jejunoileal fold pattern reversal can be seen.
Participants excluded were those unwilling to participate, history of alcohol use or clinical evidence of alcoholic liver disease, history of use of drugs causing steatosis (e.g.,corticosteroids), history of jejunoileal bypass and extensive small bowel resection, suspected or confirmed HCC, anemia, and known hemoglobinopathies.
tuberculosis (within the past 2 years) * People with a history of untreated or inadequately treated TB disease * Persons who are receiving immunosuppressive therapy such as tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF) antagonists, systemic corticosteroids equivalent to/greater than 15 mg of prednisone per day, or immunosuppressive drug therapy following organ transplantation * Persons with silicosis, diabetes mellitus, chronic renal failure, leukemia, or cancer of the head, neck, or lung * Persons who have had a gastrectomy or jejunoileal bypass * Low body weight * Cigarette smokers and persons who abuse drugs or alcohol * Populations defined locally as having an increased incidence of disease due to M.
Bariatric operations are classified, according to their gastrointestinal effect, in restrictive (e.g., adjustable gastric band, vertical banded gastroplasty, and sleeve gastrectomy), malabsorptive (e.g., jejunoileal bypass and biliopancreatic diversion with duodenal switch), or combined techniques (e.g., Roux-en-Y gastric bypass) [14].
The first metabolic surgery was the jejunoileal bypass performed there by Arnold J.
Amagai et al., "The etiologic role of intrauterine volvulus and intussusception in jejunoileal atresia," Journal of Pediatric Surgery, vol.
Ernst et al., "Acute jejunoileal diverticulitis: multicenter descriptive study of 33 patients," American Journal of Roentgenology, vol.
(223,224,229-231) It is positive in 7% to 22% of gastric, appendiceal, and colonic NETs, and has been consistently negative in jejunoileal NETs.
Transrectal ultrasonographic diagnosis of jejunoileal intussusception in a cow.