Traducción de intestine en español:

intestine

intestino, n.

Pronunciación: /ɪnˈtɛstɪn//ɪnˈtɛstən/

nombre

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    intestino masculino
    the small/large intestine el intestino delgado/grueso
    • The digestive tract consists of a mouth, buccal cavity, esophagus, stomach, two-section intestine, and anus.
    • Barium is inserted into the intestine through the anus (back passage) and X-rays are then taken of the abdomen.
    • If perforation occurs in the stomach or intestines, fever and abdominal pain and tenderness may develop.
    • The most familiar choice is the small intestine, the upper stretch of our intestine just below the stomach.
    • It is also effective for hemorrhage of the lungs, stomach and intestines or topically for wound healing.
    • A layer of mucus lines the stomach, oesophagus and intestines to act as a barrier against this acid.
    • Smooth muscles are involuntary and located inside internal organs such as the stomach and intestines.
    • Peptic ulcers are those in the stomach and the next part of the intestine, the duodenum.
    • Nearly all the blood from the stomach and intestines passes through the liver.
    • These drugs help to relieve muscle spasms in the intestines so that the stomach empties more quickly.
    • The pouches may be noticed during a barium enema, when a liquid is inserted into the intestine through the anus and an X-ray of the abdomen is taken.
    • Smooth cells make up the stomach, intestine, blood vessels and other organs.
    • These symptoms result from inflammation or irritation of the stomach and intestines - the gastrointestinal tract, or gut.
    • The posterior viscera were exposed and the esophagus traced through to the cecum, stomach, intestine, and rectum region.
    • Caffeine has a stimulating effect on the brain and nerves, the heart and circulatory system, the stomach and intestines.
    • The plain abdominal films show distended loops of intestine with thickened bowel walls.
    • The cancer can then progress by metastasizing into the liver, kidney, pancreas, lung, stomach and intestine.
    • There is a possibility that the oesophagus, stomach or intestine may be damaged or, in rare and extreme cases, perforated during the procedure.
    • Around the tenth week of pregnancy, the intestine moves from the umbilical cord into the abdomen.
    • Bulimia can cause tears and irritation in the esophagus, stomach, and intestines.