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caecum

(US), cecum
Anatomy any structure or part that ends in a blind sac or pouch, esp the pouch that marks the beginning of the large intestine

caecum

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For the in vitro caecal microbial fermentation, forages were incubated 48h in a water bath at 38[degrees]C.
It is concluded that immunization with specific sporozoites adjuvanted with FCA by parenteral administration in broiler chickens resulted in an early but protective humoral immune response (IgG) better than non- adjuvanted group and unimmunized infected control, however lower than commercial vaccine administered group against caecal coccidiosis.
The herbal extracts tested in this study are effective disinfectant agents for prophylactic control of caecal coccidiosis.
Postcesarean section caecal volvulus: case report and literature review.
difficile toxins were detected in the caecal content supernatant by latex agglutination assay as described earlier10 using antisera for toxins A and B (kindly gifted by Dr M.
Metastatic prostate cancer masquerading clinically and radiologically as a primary caecal carcinoma.
Effect of heat killed Mycobacterium phlei on body weight gain and management of caecal coccidiosis in broiler chickens.
Four cases showed the "red halo" sign around swollen caecal lymphoid follicles, an early endoscopic feature of Crohn's disease.
In the current study, we demonstrate enhanced production of proinflammatory cytokines associated with APOE4 in a murine model of peritonitis induced by caecal ligation and puncture (CLP).
The colonoscopic evaluation showed dolicocolon, and a polypoid lesion in the caecal area which actually proved to be a hyperplastic polyp after histopathological examination was performed on the excised lesion.
From each animal, 10-20-g portions were collected for separate culture from the ileum, ileal (caudal jejunal) lymph node, caecal lymph node, and from a pool of caecum and proximal colon.