viscera


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viscera

[′vis·ə·rə]
(anatomy)
The organs within the cavities of the body of an organism.
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The prognosis is highly dependent on the involvement of viscera which can be determined by ultrasound, CT, or MRI.
Marine fish viscera are non-edible parts produced as by-product in large quantities in Benin by fish processing industries.
Due to very high lipid content in the insoluble fraction samples of the viscera hydrolysate, this insoluble hydrolysate was not used.
After all, it is unhealthy and cannot be applied in practice because some animal parts, such as feathers, viscera and legs, carry microbes in large quantities and will be spread to the product and cause serious health problems for the consumer," Al Awadi stated.
Shrimps were transferred to labelled, zip-lock bags and stored in cool box for referral to the laboratory, where the exoskeleton, muscle and viscera were separated, respectively.
The switching of the thoracic viscera also modifies the several other anatomical landmarks, and one must be familiar with ultrasound-guided techniques if a scenario of invasive central venous cannulation and brachial plexus blockade arises.
Therefore, this study determined the digestibility coefficients to establish the quality of raw materials used in aquaculture production by using dry hydrolyzed cachama viscera in varying percentages and measuring its effect on the zootechnical parameters of simple growth rate, survival, feed conversion and increased size during the cultivation of silver arawana.
Yields (5) were calculated for total weight of fish (TWF), whole eviscerated fish (WEF), weight of carcass (WC) or carcass without the head, viscera and fins; weight of fillet with skin (WFWS) and without skin (WFOS), weight of abdomen muscles (WAM), weight of the head (WH), weight of the viscera (PV), weight of crude skin (WCS) or skin with scales, and weight of total residues (WTR) or head, viscera, crude skin, fins, spine and bones.
Viscera from 128 pacas were submitted for examination.
Chaturvedi, District Magistrate Unnao Soumya Agarwal and Chief Medical Officer of the district Geeta Yadav inspected the spot during which 47 sacks carrying human bones and 74 jars containing viscera were found from a room in the police lines complex.
Chemical and toxicological examination of various abdominal viscera was carried out in all sudden and suspicious deaths.