gastrointestinal tract

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gastrointestinal tract

[¦ga·strō‚in′tes·tən·əl ′trakt]
(anatomy)
The stomach and intestine.
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ii) In terms of pharmacological profile, the most four dominant ones are the drugs acting on the alimentary tract and metabolism, on cardiovascular system, for systemic anti-infectives, and on nervous system.
Morphology and histology of the alimentary tract of Ambassidae (Teleostei) in relation to feeding.
The supposed origin of alimentary tract duplication may be from the foregut, the midgut or the hindgut.
As the period of starvation got prolonged the succeeding portions of the alimentary tract were found empty.
Alimentary tract duplication cysts are rare, but should always be considered in the differential diagnosis of an acute abdomen in the paediatric population.
As a leading innovative pharmaceutical Company in China, Luye focuses on three of the largest and fastest growing therapeutic areas in China, namely oncology, cardiovascular system and alimentary tract and metabolism, which are also notorious for its high morbidity and high growth.
Our literature review demonstrated that the duplication of the alimentary tract has many different forms; therefore, the application of a single embryologic theory does not seem to be valid.
Although alimentary tract duplications are benign lesions in children, malignant degeneration has been described in the adult population.
Duplications of the alimentary tract are rare malformations reported in 1 out of every 4500 autopsies.
Endoscopy (ASGE), and The Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract (SSAT).
Traumatic reticuloperitonitis (TRP) is one of the most important alimentary tract diseases of the cattle (Braun et al.
Among the topics are the physical examination, infectious diseases, alimentary tract disorders, respiratory disorders, muscle and neuromuscular junction disorders, dermatological disorders, neoplasia, and pharmacology.