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foregut

[′fȯr ‚gət]
(embryology)
The anterior alimentary canal in a vertebrate embryo, including those parts which will develop into the pharynx, esophagus, stomach, and anterior intestine.
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Foregut duplication cysts include bronchogenic, esophageal and neuroenteric cysts, all arising from the embryonic primitive foregut.
Gastric foregut duplication cyst is a rare disease of the upper gastrointestinal system tract and constitutes 2%-4% of the gastrointestinal system duplications (1).
Growth performance increased with the addition of cellulose, and cellulase activity was detected mainly in the foregut and hepatopancreas of individuals at a constant level.
Bronchogenic cysts result from abnormal budding of the ventral diverticulum of the primitive foregut.
The midgut of millipedes located after the foregut and before the pyloric region, has a fundamental role in the digestive process of the animal.
Both of them are derived from the endoderm of the foregut as the esophagus, stomach, and a part of duodenum.
It can arise from either the foregut (33%), midgut (56%) or the hindgut (11%) and is more common in males.
Feeding difficulties and foregut dysmotility in Noonan's syndrome.
The primitive gut begins to develop at approximately four weeks gestation and can be divided into the foregut, midgut, and hindgut by the end of the fifth week.
Adenomyoma is a rare benign tumor of the gastrointestinal system (1-4), also called as foregut choristoma, hamartoma, myoepithelial, or adenomyomatous hamartoma (3, 5).
Foregut duplications are cystic lesions that develop from the primitive esophagus during embryogenesis between the fourth and eighth week of gestation.
Collaborating with 140 researchers from 73 institutions worldwide, the AgResearch-led project found similar bacteria and methanogens dominated in almost all rumens (the foregut of ruminant animals) across a wide variety of species and animal diets.