Gastrointestinal 2

Gastrointestinal 2 - GASTROINTESTINAL 2 1. CECAL 2. CELIAC...

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1 GASTROINTESTINAL 2 1. CECAL 2. CELIAC 3. CELIOTOMY 4. CECITIS 5. CHEILITIS 6. ENTERITIS 7. CELIOMA 8. CECOTOMY 9. CELIOMYOSITIS 10. CECOCOLOPEXY 11. CHOLEMESIS 12. CHOLELITHIASIS 13. COLOPLICATION a. inflammation of small intestine b. abdominal tumor c. incision into the 1st part of large intestine d. inflammation of abdominal muscles e. pertaining to 1st part of large intestine f. abdominal g. incision into abdomen h. inflammation of lip i. inflammation of 1st part of large intestine j. fixation of large intestine k. presence of calculi in bile ducts l. vomiting bile m. folding of large intestine 1. cholecystomy 2. choledochectasia 3. biliary calculus 4. cholecystostomy 5. choledochal 6. colonorrhagia 7. colocentesis 8. coloenteritis 9. cheiloschisis 10. cheilorrhaphy 11. colitis 12. duodenitis a. incision into gallbladder b. pertaining to the common bile duct c. suture of a cleft lip d. cleft lip e. inflammation of large and small intestine f. puncture of 2nd part of large intestine
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2009 for the course CC 306M taught by Professor Doig during the Spring '06 term at University of Texas.

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Gastrointestinal 2 - GASTROINTESTINAL 2 1. CECAL 2. CELIAC...

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