GI Tract

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List of Pathogenic Bacteria By Clinical Characteristics
... Spores in soil Human flora in vagina and GI tract Gas gangrene Acute food poisoning Anaerobic cellulitis Gas gangrene Debridement or amputation Hyperbaric medicine High doses of ... upper respiratory tract Bacterial meningitis Upper respiratory tract infections Pneumonia, bronchitis Meningitis (resistance-tests are required first ... Localized to eye, ear, skin, urinary, respiratory or gastrointestinal tract or CNS, or systemic with bacteremia, secondary pneumonia bone and joint infections, endocarditis, skin, soft tissue or CNS ...
Digestive System Neoplasm
... L1i/1e/V03) Tumors digestive system neoplasia (C15–C26/D12–D13, 150–159/211) GI tract Upper GI tract Esophagus Squamous cell carcinoma Adenocarcinoma Stomach Gastric carcinoma Signet ring cell carcinoma ...
List Of ICD-9 Codes 780–799: Symptoms, Signs, And Ill-defined Conditions
... system and abdomen (R10–R19, 787,789 ) Gastrointestinal (GI) tract Upper GI tract Nausea/Vomiting Heartburn Dysphagia (Oropharyngeal, Esophageal) Halitosis Lower ...
Tympanites - See Also
... digestive system and abdomen (R10–R19, 787,789) Gastrointestinal (GI) tract Upper GI tract Nausea/Vomiting Heartburn Dysphagia (Oropharyngeal, Esophageal) Halitosis Xerostomia Hypersalivation ...
Basal Electrical Rhythm - Physiology
... Smooth muscle within the GI tract causes the involuntary peristaltic motion that moves consumed food down the esophagus and towards the rectum ... The smooth muscle throughout most of the GI tract is divided into two layers an outer longitudinal layer and an inner circular layer ... of these depolarizations in a region of the GI tract determines the possible frequency of contractions ...

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