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Synonyms for coelom

a cavity in the mesoderm of an embryo that gives rise in humans to the pleural cavity and pericardial cavity and peritoneal cavity

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Coelomic endoscopy revealed fibrinous material immediately aborad to distended intestinal loops.
No grossly visible parasites were seen in any digestive tracts, coelomic cavities, respiratory tracts, or livers.
We hypothesize that glucose has an important role in nutrient translocation in the coelomic fluid of the sea urchin.
Coelomic endoscopic examination via the right caudal air sac showed mild, diffuse, yolk-associated coelomitis.
The circulation of oxygen and nutrients is achieved by the perivisceral coelomic fluid, as well as the hemal and water vascular systems, which are associated with the digestive system and the major sites of oxygen uptake in the respiratory trees, body wall, and podia (Fig.
Other proposed theories for mucinous neoplasm involving the kidney include a possible teratomatous origin or coelomic epithelial origin because of a striking resemblance to ovarian mucinous neoplasms.
The frogs were euthanized and dissected, and selected organs and fluid were removed aseptically (liver, lungs, gallbladder, gastrointestinal tract, spleen, kidneys, fat body, ovary, oviduct, tibia, and coelomic fluid).
Soluble tumor necrosis factor receptors and soluble interleukin-6 receptor in fetal and maternal sera, coelomic and amniotic fluids in normal and pre-eclamptic pregnancies.
In general, the ovary of the Japanese medaka is an unpaired saclike organ attached to the wall of the coelomic cavity.
They average 4--8 [micro]m and appear to be free-floating in the coelomic fluid.
In birds, clinical findings of testicular neoplasia are coelomic distension, anorexia, lethargy, and dyspnea (25,26) or occasional signs of feminization such as partial change of cere color from blue to brown in budgerigars.
These cells stay in the body cavity, on the coelomic fluid present in the circulatory system of adults and larvae echinoderms.
Toads were euthanized with a dilute Chloretone[R] (chlorobutanol) solution and the entire gastrointestinal tract (including the liver, spleen, and gall bladder), lungs, coelomic cavity, urinary bladder, and reproductive organs were examined for protozoan and helminth parasites.