intestinal

[ in-tes-tuh-nl; British in-tes-tahyn-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF intestinal
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTESTINAL

There are no holes from the intestinal tract into the blood vessels.

A shorter treatise of Alexander is with regard to intestinal parasites.

Our return to thymol for intestinal parasites is interesting.

Fish, an intermediate diet for intestinal cases, was sorely missed.

Costiveness from increased action of the intestinal absorbents.

The ordinary habitat of this type is dirt and intestinal filth.

Dealing with the demonstration of bacteria of intestinal origin.

In other words, his fault is the toleration of intestinal uncleanliness.

Intestinal concretions (calculi or stones in the intestines).

The seashore is preferable to the mountains in all intestinal cases.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c., from medical Latin intestinalis, from Latin intestinum (see intestine).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INTESTINAL

abdominal

adjectiveconcerning the stomach and the area below it
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