alimentary tract


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Related to alimentary tract: digestive system, digestive tube, gastrointestinal tract
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Total quantity or scope: The contract is the delivery of antineoplastic and immunomodulating agents and drugs for the alimentary tract and metabolism divided into 63 separate parts.
Endoscopy (ASGE), and The Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract (SSAT).
Among the topics are the physical examination, infectious diseases, alimentary tract disorders, respiratory disorders, muscle and neuromuscular junction disorders, dermatological disorders, neoplasia, and pharmacology.
The company claims it can be the perfect solution for those having difficulty swallowing or suffering from alimentary tract in flammation due to chemotherapy or surgery.
These bone fragments are often sharp and therefore complications such as obstruction and perforation of the alimentary tract may arise.
A number of trematodes, thin nematodes, and four roundworms were obtained from the alimentary tract.
2009a) described in vivo the antifungal activity of the alimentary tract in R.
The anorectum is the most common site of primary melanoma in the alimentary tract.
The compounds may be administered orally, providing a reduction in the populations of the enteropathogenic bacteria in the alimentary tract of the animal.
Duplication of part of the alimentary tract, in particular of the vermiform appendix, is of embryological curiosity and may be associated with other congenital duplications.
The authors, who are medical specialists from Europe and the US, discuss defects of the lymphatic system, neural tube defects, Ostium Secundum Atrial Septal Defect, and duplication of the alimentary tract.
The presence and distribution of proteolytic enzyme was studied by detecting aminopeptidase (AP) reaction in different regions of the alimentary tract, from the buccal region to the anus.