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pylorus

[pə′lȯr·əs]
(anatomy)
The orifice of the stomach communicating with the small intestine.
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The ligation of the pyloric end of the stomach caused the accumulation of gastric acid and lead to the stomach ulcer.
2007) Current management of hypertrophic pyloric stenosis.
Soybean trypsin inhibitor in diets for Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar, L): Effects on nutrient digestibilities and in pyloric caeca homogenate and intestinal content.
2005) found that when water temperature decreased from 25[degrees]C to 16[degrees]C, the activity of trypsin and chymotrypsin within the pyloric ceca of Japanese yellowtail decreased by 10% and 30%, respectively, similar to observations in this study.
They represent some of the more common or high-risk complications students are likely to encounter: pediatric (bleeding tonsil, asthma exacerbation, airway distress-croup, and pyloric stenosis) and obstetric (postepidural maternal hypotension, preeclampsia, depressed neonate, and postpartum hemorrhage).
do actually have tonsils: "The pyloric tonsil is a novel peripheral
Endoscopic studies reveal ulcers in 10-25% of patients who used NSAIDs while the frequencies of ulcer complications such as hemorrhage, perforation and pyloric obstruction, vary between 1.
iii) Experimental group was treated with standard anti-ulcer drugs such as omeprazole (Omz, 10 mg/kg, po) in CRU, aspirin (AS), pyloric ligation (PL), histamine induced duodenal ulcer (HA) and sucralfate (500 mg/kg, po) in alcohol (AL) induced ulcer model.
A study accomplished by Lopes (2006), with Podocnemis expansa, indicated that the stomach is flattened, with the pyloric region well developed, and curved, the small intestine is long and quite coiled, the large intestine begins with a dilation, and the cecum is very short.
In one instance, Brady encountered a baby with pyloric stenosis soon after she had attended a class on this condition.
Washington, June 16 (ANI): Digestive tract disorder pyloric stenosis is more prevalent among twins and siblings, indicating that this is a genetic and inherited disorder, according to a study.