The tight junctions become loosened and can allow passage of food through the intestinal wall
The results showed that the medical nano-drug prevents insulin destruction and improves permeability of insulin large molecules into monolayer cells of the intestinal wall
The consumption of water with an increased content of iron, calcium, magnesium and fluoride by nonpregnant rats (experience 2) has contributed to the increase in the small intestinal wall
thickness by 29.
But hemorrhage, sepsis and other conditions disrupt blood flow to the intestinal wall
and hinder maintenance of this barrier, says Geert Schmid-Schonbein, a bioengineer at the University of California, San Diego.
Hemorrhage, sepsis, and other conditions can disrupt blood flow to the intestinal wall
, where a mucosal lining keeps the enzymes from escaping the gastrointestinal tract.
8) In this case, malignant bowel obstruction can be explained by the extensive adhesions in the intestinal wall
seen intra-operatively and caused by metastasis.
It is thought to work by creating a physical barrier between ingested food and the intestinal wall
, and perhaps alters the activation of incretin hormones in the gut.
The bacteria also produce a chemical called butyrate, which is an important fuel for the cells of the intestinal wall
Growing rapidly, the candida yeast may change into a fungal form, becoming invasive and developing rhizoids, which burrow into the intestinal wall
The evaluation of the clinical findings plus the results of the abdominal ultrasonography showing intestinal wall
thickening led to the diagnosis of neutropenic enterocolitis.
The larvae cross the intestinal wall
and cysts develop in the hepatic sinusoids.
Capsaicin in the red pepper activates mucus secretion, which coats ulcerated stomach and intestinal wall
lining, thus speeding ulcer healing.