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rectal

 [rek´tal]
pertaining to the rectum.

rec·tal

(rek'tăl),
Relating to the rectum.

rectal

(rĕk′təl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or situated near the rectum.

rec′tal·ly adv.

rectal

adjective Pertaining to the rectum.
 
noun A popular term for a digital rectal examination, see there.

rectal

adjective Pertaining to the rectum noun A popular term for a digital rectal examination, see there.

rec·tal

(rek'tăl)
Relating to the rectum.

rectal

Pertaining to the RECTUM.
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Following the biopsy and confirmation of malignancy, initial staging with computed tomography of the chest, abdomen, and pelvis showed rectal wall thickening and perirectal lymphadenopathy without distant metastases.
Rectal radiation exposure is a major limiting factor in prostate radiation oncology and a cause for acute and chronic rectal toxicity, manifested in rectal pain and bleeding.
Rectal ulcer, unrelated to malignancy, inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD), or infectious colitis includes two distinct disease entities: solitary rectal ulcer syndrome (SRUS) [1,2] and acute hemorrhagic rectal ulcer syndrome (AHRUS) [3].
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