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a lesion of skin or mucous membrane which frequently develops in the duodenum or stomach ulcer
A test in which stool samples are collected to determine gastrointestinal bleeding occult blood
abnormal accumulation of fluid in the abdomen ascites
abnormal protrusion of an organ or tissue through the structures the normally contain it hernia
act of swallowing deglutition
an organ below the liver which store and empties blie gallbladder
an organ which uses ducts to provide exocrine secretions to the duodenum to aid in digestion pancreas
backward flowing, as in the return of fluids form the stomach to the mouth regurgitation
chewing mastication
fecal concretion fecalith
first 2-3'' of the large intestine cecum
first portion of the colon, extending from the lower border of the liver ascending colon
formation of gallstones cholelithiasis
gas in the GI track flatus
inflammation and ulceration of the innermost lining of the colon ulcerative colitis
inflammation of a sac like wall that may develop in the wall of the large intestine diverticulitis
inflammation of the mouth of the stomach stomatitis
lack or loss of appetite, resulting in the inability to eat anorexia
last portion of the GI track rectum
lower division of the small intestines ileum
measurement of the level of bilirubin in the blood serumbilirubin
offensive, or "bad" breath halitosis
one who specialized in the diseases of the colon, rectum, anus proctologist
passage of dark coloured, tarry stools, due to the presence of blood altered by intestinal juices melena
passage of fat in the large amounts in the feces steatorrhea
pertaining to the cheek cbuccal
pertaining to the abdomen celiac
procedure for crushing a stone eructation
progressive, wavelike movement peristaisis
radiographic examination of the esophagus, stomach,and small inestine barium enma
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