jejunoileum

jejunoileum

(jĕ-joo″nō-il′ē-ŭm) [ jejuno- + ileum]
The jejunum and the ileum considered together.
jejunoileal (jĕ-joo″nō-il′ē-ăl), adjective
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Therefore, capsule endoscopy and double balloon enteroscopy may represent the most important tools for discovering lesions of the jejunoileum. CH can be effectively diagnosed via clinical appearance, capsule endoscopy, double balloon enteroscopy, and pathology.
In the GI tract, the ileocecum is mostly affected followed by jejunoileum, colon, anorectum, stomach, esophagus, duodenum, and appendix.
The jejunoileum is the defining component of any ITx.
In many centers, the term MVTx is used to refer to allografts including the stomach and the duodenum in continuity with the jejunoileum [2, 12].
Although rectal shedding was detected in most animals over the course of clinical disease, virus reisolation from the jejunoileum was not successful.
Short-term effect of a high-protein/low-carbohydrate diet on aminopeptidase in adult rat jejunoileum: site of aminopeptidase response.