jejunum


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the part of the small intestine between the duodenum and the ileum

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Three sections from upper, middle, and lower part of duodenum, jejunum and ileum were measured.
16 In another study 6 all the tumours located in jejunum and ileum required emergency intervention, as was the case with our patient.
It is found in 2-15% of the autopsies, 30% in the stomach wall of the antrum, 30% in the duodenum, and 20% in the jejunum (8,11).
Several studies examined either only the jejunum (45) or ileum (24); whereas, the present study examined the duodenum and proximal jejunum.
Most tumours originate in the duodenum (52%), followed by the jejunum (25%) and ileum (15%).
After resection of these diseased areas, all that was left was about 30 cm of jejunum, 20 cm of ileum and about 50 cm of colon.
Through a right thoracotomy and right neck dissection, both ends of the failed gastric transposition were identified, and 30 centimeters of jejunum with its vascular arcade were removed from the abdomen and the artery flushed with heparin.
Combined restrictive and malabsorptive surgery involves restrictive surgery, but in this procedure, the stomach is connected to the jejunum or ileum a part of the small intestine.
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Then the jejunum is transected 15 cm beyond the ligament of Treitz, and the distal portion is attached to the gastric pouch so food can enter the jejunum from the pouch.
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Rapid transepithelial antigen transport in rat jejunum: impact of sensitization and the hypersensitivity reaction.
Ulcer active lesions, usually multiple and superficial, may occur in the stomach, sometimes in association with similar lesions of the esophagus and jejunum (4,5,15).
Abdominal computed tomographic scan showed a mass (5.5 cm in maximum diameter) attached to the distal jejunum and proximal ileum; the mass infiltrated the wall of the small bowel without obstruction of the lumen.