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cardia

[′kärd·ē·ə]
(anatomy)
The orifice where the esophagus enters the stomach.
The large, blind diverticulum of the stomach adjoining the orifice.
(invertebrate zoology)
Anterior enlargement of the ventriculus in some insects.
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An ancillary findings of CARDIA was that even though conventional wisdom says that blood pressure increases with age, this didn't hold true in study participants who maintained stable body weight.
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His barium swallow was carried out which showed bird beak appearance suggesting achalasia cardia (Figure-2).
The CARDIA (Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults) study was a community-based, multicentre, longitudinal study of 5115 men and women from across the United States of America, aged 18-30 years that commenced in 1985-86 (baseline year 0).
The CARDIA findings are also consistent with those of the NIH-funded Study of Women, Infant Feeding and Type 2 Diabetes after GDM Pregnancy (SWIFT), also led by Gunderson, which includes routine biochemical screening for diabetes in women after gestational diabetes from the early postpartum period and years later.
Cardia obaliqua was used traditionally in Pakistan for the treatment of diabetes, microbial infection and jaundice.
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Objective: The study was carried out to ascertain the outcome of laparoscopic modified Heller's myotomy for achalasia cardia and to determine the morbidity associated with it.
The common site of obstruction is pharynx and cervical part of oesophagus and rarely at the thoracic part and in cardia. It occurs due to vegetables, fruits, phytobezoars (Singh et al., 2015), beet root (Prakash et al., 2014), mango (Sai Baba et al., 2017), palm kernels (Hari Krishna, 2011) and coconut (Madhava Rao et al., 2009).