Recent Examples of intestinal from the Web
Derrick Strong's recovery from nine bullet wounds, incurred in a November 2016 shooting, has required a series of surgeries to treat muscle, bone and intestinal damage.
In fact, lymphatic filariasis and intestinal worm treatments share a drug treatment: albendazole.
Her condition became fatal when an intestinal infection caused a blood infection.
The water can have high levels of sewage or other hazardous substances, which cause flu-like ailments such as intestinal problems and headaches, the Environmental Protection Agency warns.
The documentary takes you through the triumph of the Field Mouse from an undersized afterthought to an All-Pro linebacker to his inspirational battle with intestinal cancer.
Quite the contrary, as the film morphs from something oddball but nonetheless semi-realistic into a disquietingly strange tale featuring a talking octopus and a revolution that might be at once political and intestinal.
In addition to pathogens found in sewage — including bacteria such as E. coli, vibrio and salmonella — there are several viruses and intestinal parasites that can cause everything from diarrhea to meningitis to respiratory infections.
Childhood in the other China Compared with peers in the cities, rural kids have higher rates of malnutrition, uncorrected vision problems, and intestinal parasites.
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First Known Use of intestinal
INTESTINAL Defined for Kids
medical Definition of intestinal
- intestinal digestion
- intestinal catarrh
- the intestinal flora
- an intestinal worm
- the intestinal canal
intestinallyplay \-ē\ adverb
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