gastrointestinal tract

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gastrointestinal tract

[¦ga·strō‚in′tes·tən·əl ′trakt]
(anatomy)
The stomach and intestine.
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2014): relative weight of digestive organs (g per 100 g body weight) = organ weight (g)/body weight (100 g).
The digestive organs and most other visible structures are bunched toward the front of the body.
But the patients experienced the side effect of hyper-thermia - overheating of the body - apparently in their digestive organs.
Even more fascinating, however, their study indicates that domestic dogs' brains and digestive organs evolved in ways similar to humans'.
warm bath to toxins and your " And never eat on the run or standing up: Always sit down but straighten your spine - slumping makes it harder for blood to reach your digestive organs.
Developed ab muscles also function to keep internal digestive organs in their proper place so they do what they are supposed to do.
They cover the anatomy and physiology of the pelvic digestive organs, common tests for evaluating the posterior pelvic floor, evaluating and treating fecal incontinence, anorectovaginal fistula, difficult evacuation, surgical treatment of rectal prolapse in adults, sacral nerve stimulation for posterior pelvic floor abnormalities, and a multidisciplinary approach to pelvic floor dysfunction.
Its balance also affects the digestive organs, adrenal glands, and breath and skin functions, since these organs all play important roles in the elimination of toxins and negative energy from the body.
Colin Woods's digestive organs were gradually eroded by the sodium hydroxide substance, which he had believed to be orange squash.
This enhances the development of the digestive organs of the calf.