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Moreover, the ectocolon of children is mild; therefore, the intestinal canal is easy to be pulled out from the muscle sheath of the rectum.
When intestinal obstruction images were merged, MRE made use of the fluid retention to facilitate imaging, which indicated a clear dilation of the intestinal canal (Figure-1C).
Burt CAV Pneumatic rupture of the intestinal canal with experimental data showing the mechanism of perforation and the pressure required Arch Surg.
Though nature has provided them with an intestinal canal which could dispose of foreign bodies even of larger size, a considerable number of foreign objects ingested accidently, produce symptoms of serious nature, necessitating immediate surgical attention (Mantri et al.
Spokesman Voitto Scharlin said the research had shown these improve the well being of the stomach and intestinal canal, They prevent the functioning of harmful microbes, and help prevent intestinal infections by increasing resistance.