For this reason the use of in vitro gas production techniques could allow the adequate characterization of feed fermentation in the caecum
of post-gastric fermenters such as rabbits (LAVRENCIC, 2007).
Long segment diffuse wall thickening involving the terminal ileum, ileocaecal junction, caecum
and part of the ascending colon
There were no differences in pH values of the digesta in jejunum, ileum and caecum
on d 14 and in the duodenum, jejunum, ileum and caecum
on d 42 among dietary treatments (Table 7).
Site of infection: Adults in small intestine, intestinal caecum
In the present case small and large intestines along with caecum
were the hernial contents and were not covered by peritoneum.
sup] In our case, the appendix was congested and inflamed with an adhesive caecum
inside the sac, but no abscess was observed.
With prolongation of duration of symptoms, in some patients appendicular lump developed which is an inflammatory mass composed of inflamed appendix, caecum
, omentum, terminal ileum and mesoappendix at times sigmoid, right tubes and overies in females.
Classically, infiltration of the ileo-caecal valve has varying degrees of extension into the ileum and caecum
Terminal ileum, caecum
and a small portion of ascending colon was removed and end to end ileocolic anastomosis was performed.
The vermiform appendix is a narrow blind tube or an appendage arising from the posteromedial wall of caecum
Only 10% of bile acids escape reabsorption and studies have shown that the bile acid concentration in the caecum
is below the micellisation concentration.
content from 2 birds were pooled (6 replicate/diet).
Affected teeth show a deep infolding of enamel and dentine starting from the foramen caecum
or even the tip of the cusps and which may extend deep into the root.
septimentum: Lightfoot 1992: 1, 4-5, figs 2, 3 [misspelling].
The colon, caecum
and the ileal segments were separated out for further processing.