Noun(1) the part of the alimentary canal between the stomach and the anus
(1) It often affects more than one part of the bowel leaving normal, unaffected areas in-between.(2) Other operations included a double bowel and bladder transplant and treatment for a burst appendix.(3) This misplaced tissue may be found on the ovaries, uterus, bowel , pelvis and abdomen.(4) The colon is the large intestine or lower bowel and sits in the abdomen, forming the last part of the digestive tract.(5) The upper cut end of the bowel is brought out through this opening and the edges are stitched to the margins of the opening.(6) When the disease affects only the rectum - the final portion of the bowel , it is known as proctitis.(7) The large intestine or large bowel consists of the colon and the section before the anus, the rectum.(8) the lining of the bowel(9) bowel cancer(10) Cancer of the small bowel , the longer, thinner part of the intestines is much rarer.(11) So when you say permeability you mean the bowel literally becomes more leaky than it should be.(12) One baby was lying on each side of her stomach but her bowel sat in a band across it, and was so heavy it was like carrying a third child.(13) In contrast to those of the large bowel , benign villous adenomas of the urinary tract are rare.(14) The doctor will listen to your description of symptoms and will probably want to know about your bowel habit.(15) Terrified and claustrophobic she vomited and evacuated her bowel and bladder.(16) The pelvic floor is formed of layers of muscle that support the uterus, bowel and bladder.
(1) bowel movement :: 便通
2. interior ::
3. gut ::
Different Formsbowel, bowels
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