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become wider

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cause to expand as it by internal pressure

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swell from or as if from internal pressure

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CTE is a study that uses an oral contrast, like VoLumen(R) low Hounsfield value oral contrast, to distend the bowel and improve bowel wall visualization.
The key to the Journal article's message is the intimation that IRS agents will distend Rev.
E-Z-EM recently introduced a complete tool kit for the virtual colonoscopy practitioner, including: InnerviewGI(TM) 3D software; LoSo Prep(TM) and NutraPrep(TM) patient-friendly colon preparation products and nutritional meal kits; a tagging agent trade-named Tagitol(TM) that helps practitioners distinguish pathology from colonic residue; and the PROTOCO2L(TM) carbon dioxide insufflation system to distend the colon and provide optimal visualization.
Where the rules "clearly" but unreasonably distend the scope of New Jersey's taxing authority and thereby clearly' but improperly undercut the protections accorded out-of-state businesses by Public Law No.
The product, trade-named PROTOCO2L(TM), uses carbon dioxide to distend the colon for accurate imaging diagnosis and patient comfort.
In addition to InnerviewGI(TM) 3D software, E-Z-EM's virtual colonoscopy tool kit includes: LoSo Prep(TM) and NutraPrep(TM) patient-friendly colon preparation products and nutritional meal kits; a tagging agent trade-named Tagitol(TM) that helps practitioners distinguish pathology from colonic residue; and the ProtoCO2l(TM) carbon dioxide insufflation system to distend the colon and provide optimal visualization.
In the absence of a specific statutory rule requiring capitalization of order-processing costs, the proposed regulations appear to distend the scope of the congressional target.
This procedure helps to eliminate some of the disadvantages of more traditional breast lift procedures, such as "fallout," where the lower half of the breast continues to distend after a reduction or lift, or the infection/rejection associated with the implantation of mesh.
Radiology has long been used to evaluate the small bowel," said Williams, "and this most commonly involves the oral administration of a contrast agent to fill and distend the small intestine and make it visible on x-ray film.
GASTRIC Dilatation and Volvulus (GDV) is also often referred to as bloat or gastric torsion and is a life-threatening condition of dogs in which their stomach twists and distends with gas torsion.
6) The oval shadow seen in the football sign is due to a large pneumoperitoneum, which distends the peritoneal cavity.