pylorus

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pylorus

[pə′lȯr·əs]
(anatomy)
The orifice of the stomach communicating with the small intestine.
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Pyloric chamber: With micro-setae in the pyloric roof; intestinal elongate pyloric valve, similar to protozoea III; filter press enlarged filling all inferior portion of the pyloric chamber and visibly more developed compared to previous stage; ampullary crista lacking setae.
2) Start at the pyloric valve with a calcanial contact exerting a counterclockwise torque with a medial to lateral motion.
Besides knowing what's in a Long Island Ice Tea, they'll have to know how it passes through your pyloric valve, the symptoms of its effect on your brain, and they'll need to be alert to your moody, anxious moments.