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  • noun

Synonyms for colonic

a water enema given to flush out the colon

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Some principal causes include 1) blunt trauma to the chest; 2) increased alveolar pressure and rupture from coughing, straining, emesis, or positive pressure ventilation; 3) gas-forming organisms driving an infectious process in the neck, chest, or oropharynx; and 4) a complication from esophageal or colonic instrumentation and subsequent perforation (1-4).
14) Fistula tracks can be closed early by injecting absorbable Spongostan particles into the colonic fistula tract, therefore reducing inpatient time and increasing patient comfort.
The results of this study demonstrate that relamorelin is effective in significantly improving constipation symptoms and accelerating gastric and colonic transit in patients with chronic constipation," said Michael Camilleri, M.
A: Dietary fiber acts as a scrub brush in the intestines, so if you eat plenty of whole grains, fruits, and vegetables you probably don't need colonics.
Cunming Duan, professor in the University of Michigan Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology Ultimately, said that the new biological mechanism unraveled in zebrafish will help scientists understand the pathways that fuel low calcium-related abnormal colonic cell growth and how to stop that growth.
Our previous study also suggested that magnolol's ability to inhibit colonic contraction induced by high [K.
The clinic also specialises in a range of treatments, including colonic irrigation, and non-surgical proceedures such as Botox, fillers and chemical peels.
Colonic biopsies from multiple sites showed a nonspecific mixed inflammatory infiltrate and areas of focal noncaseating granulomatous inflammation.
This recommendation is in contrast to the previous AGA medical position statement on constipation, which called for earlier assessment for colonic transit.
In the groups treated with the ONP fraction, levels of TNF-[alpha] were significantly lower and there was a general reduction in the severity and extent of other signs of acute colonic damage.
Colonic involvement represents up to 50% of cases, and in 70% the underlying cause is a malignant neoplasm (3).
Colonic cancer occurs in the large intestine and is known also bowel cancer.
Followed by a lecture and a loud warning that they will soon die if they don't have a colonic irrigation live on TV while being force-fed mung beans and whipped.