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Things bowel often describes (“bowel ________”)
obstruction, syndrome, preparation, disease, training, perforation, cancer, resection, irrigation, elimination, incontinence, rest, biopsy, injury, gas, series, loops, surgery, wall, involvement, thickening, management, mucosa, tumors, transit, movement, function, transplantation, continuity, overgrowth, distention, complaint, activity, habit, distension, pattern, evacuation, mesentery, action, movements, complaints, enema, carcinoma, care, examination, obstructions, control, motility, trouble, biopsies, lesions, dilatation, crohn, fistula, cleansing, lymphoma, patients, sounds, injuries, inflammation, damage, contents, retraining, ulceration, cancers, fistulas, bypass, atresia, volvulus, program, disorders, bleeding, loop, epithelium, ischemia, continence, anastomosis, neoplasms, resections, regularity, adenomas, prep, tumours, diseases, polyps, infarction, flora, frequency, mortality, specimens, origin, migration, tumor

How bowel often is described (“________ bowel”)
small, large, lower, distal, proximal, normal, irritable, entire, distended, diseased, upper, adjacent, gangrenous, ischemic, filled, obstructed, involved, affected, dilated, necrotic, inflamed, inflammatory, strangulated, healthy, fetal, neurogenic, aganglionic, herniated, perforated, viable, echogenic, infarcted, absent, terminal, adherent, prolapsed, hyperactive, empty, invaginated, nonviable, unprepared, resected, abnormal, intact, damaged, exposed, ischaemic, injured, hypoactive, redundant, lesser, residual, intussuscepted, protruded, incarcerated, ruptured, collapsed, edematous, spastic, containing, sluggish, irradiated, underlying, assess, twisted, thickened, ulcerated, atonic, contracted, ganglionic, hyperechogenic, hyperechoic, mesenteric, prepared, auscultate, eviscerated, exteriorized, loaded, uninvolved, irritated


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See bowel used in context: 1 rhyme, several books and articles.

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