- Ciliated foregut cyst in the triangle of Calot: the first report
- Ciliated foregut cysts are rare anomalies arising from remnants of aberrant embryological development. Around 100 reports on the presence of these congenital masses in the tracheobronchial tree, mediastinum, liver, pancreas and, rarely, the gallbladder ...
- Sugars and Starches: They're Not All Bad!
- Digestive enzymes in the foregut (small intestine) break NSCs down to their simplest form, which the intestinal wall then absorbs. The horse can use this absorbed glucose immediately for energy needs such as digestion, for fat synthesis when in excess ...
- Imperfection works: Survival, transmission and persistence in the system of
- Mechanical transmission, though, has been characterized more in plant virus transmission mediated by insect vectors as semipersistent transmission, or non-circulative transmission, in which the virus is retained in the insect's stylet or foregut.
- A bacterial filter protects and structures the gut microbiome of an insect
- The hymenopteran proventriculus is derived from the foregut crop and is similarly lined with cuticle (Eisner, 1957). Although the proventriculus of most Myrmicine ants is comprised of a simple tube and sphincter (Eisner, 1957), the genus Cephalotes has ...
- Clinical and Biological Distinctions in Neuroendocrine Tumors
- Insights From:Jennifer Eads, MD, Case Western Reserve University; Matthew H. Kulke, MD, Harvard Medical School; Diane Reidy Lagunes, MD, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center; Eric H. Liu, MD, FACS, Rocky Mountain Cancer Center; James C.
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