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juice

 [jo̳s]
any fluid from animal or plant tissue.
gastric juice see gastric juice.
intestinal juice the liquid secretion of glands in the intestinal lining.
pancreatic juice the enzyme-containing secretion of the pancreas, conducted through its ducts to the duodenum.
prostatic juice the liquid secretion of the prostate, which contributes to semen formation.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

succus

(sŭk′əs)
n. pl. succi (sŭk′ī, -sī)
A fluid, such as gastric juice or vegetable juice, contained in or secreted by living tissue.
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Compared with other fistula patients, biliary fistula patients lost less succus components and had longer intact gastrointestinal tract.
Frileux, "Inhibition of upper gastrointestinal secretions by reinfusion of succus entericus into the distal small bowel.
123321 454 BALLAB.ILI (dances executed by the corps of the ballet), CANNAC.EAE (plant family--dfpf), DIFFID.ERE (Latin: to distrust), GAMMAG.UBU (Indonesia), HOLLOH.AZA (Hungary), KOSSOK.OBO (Chad), MUSSUM.EGE, Rio (stream--Angola), PINNIP.EDE (a fin-footed animal such as a seal or walrus), SUCCUS.SES (shakes up), TULLUT.ACA, Pampa (plain--Peru), WEDDEW.EDE (old form of 'widowhood'), YARRA-Y.AGA (stream--Russia), ZENNEZ.ENE (hill--Algeria)