Translation of alimentary in Spanish:


alimenticio, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌæləˈmɛnt(ə)ri/ /alɪˈmɛnt(ə)ri/


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    alimentary canal / tract tubo digestivo
    • Total parenteral nutrition is a preparation of nutrients given via intravenous infusion to patients, of any age, who cannot feed normally through the alimentary tract.
    • Mammalian examples are the intertwining of the alimentary and digestive systems or the reproductive and excretory systems, which often require medical intervention.
    • You may be sure that, given David's recent alimentary travails, I shall be examining whatever he gives me next with especial care.
    • Other cancers which have been reported include those from the alimentary tract.
    • A foregut-fermenting alimentary system independently originated in these organisms to facilitate the digestion of the cellulose-rich food.
    • While some of these patients may require parenteral nutrition, use of the alimentary tract with tube feeding is cheaper and has less adverse effects.
    • Though these organisms may also be found as normal flora of alimentary tract, data supporting this contention are lacking.
    • They are based on the idea that enzymes are able to pass through alimentary tract without losing their natural activity.
    • Similarly, at the upper end of the alimentary tract, rigid instruments were used for the examination of the oesophagus and for the stomach.
    • The main sections include basic tissues and cell biology, protective organ systems of the body, blood circulatory organ systems, alimentary organ systems, endocrine organ systems, and reproductive organ systems.
    • Delirium and dementia may arise from brain metastases, which usually originate from lung cancer but also from tumours of the breast and alimentary tract and melanomas.
    • One of the most important considerations in an adult presenting with a lump in the neck is that the mass may represent a metastatic deposit from a primary cancer, often but not always in the upper respiratory or alimentary tract.
    • Furthermore, the ubiquitous plesiomorphic fish alimentary tract with an acidic stomach and relatively short intestine is adequate for the digestion of algae.
    • Serositis was always accompanied by moderate-to-severe infection of the alimentary tract, and morphologic evidence suggested dissemination through efferent lymphatics.
    • Among the alimentary tract lesions for which HIV may play a direct pathogenic role are idiopathic ulcers of the esophagus and rectum.
    • This eroded appearance might be due to a period of exposure before burial; alternatively, it might have been produced by passage through the alimentary tract of some predator or scavenger.
    • The plate section at the end contains illustrations of the alimentary, cardiovascular, respiratory, lymphatic, musculoskeletal, nervous, endocrine, and urogenital systems.
    • Their work is so thorough that in the areas in which they live almost all the soil to a depth of many centimetres has passed through the alimentary tract of an earthworm at some time.
    • Some researchers believe antibiotics should be administered when a procedure involves entering the alimentary tract, and others believe this is not necessary.