Recent Examples of rectal from the Web
A: Earlier this month, a study from the American Cancer Society found an increase in colon and rectal cancers among young adults in every generation since 1970.
Bowel endometriosis can come with other symptoms like painful pooping, rectal bleeding, constipation, diarrhea, and bloating.
There were no female thoracic surgeons as of 2013, and females comprised 28 percent (10) of colon and rectal surgeons and 8 percent (31) of orthopedic surgeons.
No cause was given, but Mr. Blazer had rectal cancer and heart disease in recent years.
The anus is very tight, and the feeling of having something in your rectal area is unique.
Wiping back to front inoculates bacteria from the rectal area onto the urethra, [potentially] causing a UTI,
People born in 1990 have double the risk of colon cancer and quadruple the risk of rectal cancer than people born in 1950, when colorectal cancer risk was at its lowest, according to a study from the ACS.
At least on Twitter, the rectal thermometer of our social consciousness, Padres fans seemingly by the legion diagnosed Green thusly for not ordering/allowing his starting pitcher to drill Anthony Rizzo with the first pitch of Tuesday night’s game.
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First Known Use of rectal
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Definition of rectal for English Language Learners
medical : relating to, affecting, or located near the rectum
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