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Carbonated drinks contain carbon dioxide, a gas that can build up in the gastrointestinal tract and cause bloating.
HORMONES OF THE GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT AND SECRETION CELLS
Fresh samples (20 g) were collected from three regions of the gastrointestinal tract, namely, the stomach (rumen, reticulum, omasum, and abomasum), small intestine (duodenum, jejunum, and ileum), and large intestine (cecum, colon, and rectum).
In patients with AIDS, Kaposi's sarcoma and lymphomas are the most frequent malignancies of the gastrointestinal tract, accounting for nearly 95% of all identified malignancies [5, 6].
In the gastrointestinal tract, tumor can present as a painless, nonulcerated nodule or a yellowish-gray sessile polyp with firm consistency.
Gastrointestinal tract melanomas are mostly metastatic, their most common origin being cutaneous melanoma [5].
Key clinical point: Menopausal hormone therapy is associated with an increased risk of major gastrointestinal bleeding, particularly in the lower gastrointestinal tract.
Clear cell sarcoma-like tumor of the gastrointestinal tract is often difficult to distinguish from conventional CCS (of soft tissue or of tendons and aponeuroses) because their morphologic features overlap, they both express S100 protein, and they both can harbor identical genetic abnormalities, but in contrast to CCS, CCSLGTs lack immunohistochemical or ultrastructural evidence of melanocytic differentiation.
The gastrointestinal hemangiomas of BRBNS are usually distributed throughout the gastrointestinal tract and mostly in the small intestine and distal colon.3 Endoscopic therapies for these gastrointestinal lesions of BRBNS have been attempted such as laser photocoagulation sclerosis and band ligation etc.4 In this manuscript we report a successful treatment of vascular malformations in all segments of gastrointestinal tract including the small intestine by endoscopic sclerotherapy in a 10-year-old boy with BRBNS.
No control was used in our study that could evaluate the effectiveness of the gastric flushing versus surgical extraction of contents from the gastrointestinal tract. Studies by others are equivocal.
The gastrointestinal tract of the newborn infants is considered to be sterile in the womb, the authors went on.