Recent Examples of gastrointestinal from the Web
The company would then focus on medical-aesthetic products such as Botox, eye care, gastrointestinal medicines and drugs for central-nervous-system disorders, Mr. Saunders said at an Alliance Bernstein event in New York City.
Triclosan appears to be readily absorbed in the gastrointestinal tract.
Thomas Muller has also been included in the matchday squad despite still suffering from a gastrointestinal infection.
In addition to strains of E. coli and C. diff that can cause gastrointestinal infections, the researchers also found species of shigella and salmonella bacteria.
Why a cancer linked to outdoorsmen and sun-worshippers would be stymied after obese patients had their gastrointestinal tracts surgically altered is unclear.
Giveaways from the vessel sanitation program, which prevents and responds to gastrointestinal outbreaks on cruise ships.
My first impression of Red Lobster as a killer of relationships and usurper of gastrointestinal equilibrium didn’t stop me from frequenting the place during my years at Rutgers.
Upon the body’s first exposure to peanut protein, via the skin or gastrointestinal tract, there is no allergic reaction.
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GASTROINTESTINAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gastrointestinal for English Language Learners
medical : of or relating to both the stomach and the intestines
medical Definition of gastrointestinal
- gastrointestinal distress
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