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Synonyms for colonic

a water enema given to flush out the colon

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They also illuminated that lymphopenia was related to colonic aganglionosis, while it had no relationship with the ednrb gene.
Total colonic aganglionosis or TCA--Aganglionotic segment extends from the anal canal to at least the ileocaecal valve, doesn't extend proximal bowel beyond 50 cm of the ileocaecal valve.
17) Solari et al in his report had remarked about the lack of myenteric interstitial cell of Cajal in the smooth muscle layer and a reduced hypertrophied nerve trunk in total colonic aganglionosis.
Uncommon co-occurrence of ileal atresia and total colonic aganglionosis in two unrelated newborns.
Our case is an example of total colonic aganglionosis (TCA), which is estimated to comprise about 2% to 10% of all HSCR cases.
Eight sections each, taken from sites extending from the distal rectum to cecum, were selected from the 2 patients with total colonic aganglionosis.