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He operated the boy and excreted three kilograms of round worms.
Analysis method for determining uric acid and allantoin and synthesized microbial protein from excreted purine derivatives in the urine:
Calcium is a nutrient found in food that is absorbed by the body and then excreted in urine, feces, or sweat.
Upon releasing spiders onto the plants, I observed these individuals for five minutes to determine whether they would excrete during that period, since earlier unrelated observations had established that they often excreted within this time.
The US-developed laser heats up fat in the body - allowing it to be broken down and excreted - without harming the skin.
Cholesterol is the precursor of bile acids that are excreted from the liver and gallbladder into the intestine to aid in the digestion of fat in food.
Overall, 46 of the 91 patients with radiologically confirmed or suspected small bowel stricture who ingested the Patency Capsule excreted the capsule intact.
Uric acid/feces was excreted only in phase 3 (female in aquarium with males) of the experiments.
Once the body absorbs enough of the water-soluble vitamins - which include all the B vitamins and C - the remainder is excreted through urine.
The man is said to have hid the excreted condoms in his clothes, reported Reuters
Moreover, 20%-35% of ciprofloxacin is excreted through the intestinal tract (Cipro package insert), compared to 4% of levofloxacin (Levaquin package insert).