Midgut

The midgut is the portion of the embryo from which most of the intestines develop. After it bends around the superior mesenteric artery, it is called the `midgut loop`. It comprises the portion of the alimentary canal from the end of the foregut at the opening of the bile duct to the hindgut, about two-thirds of the way through the transverse co.....
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midgut

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midgut

(mid´gut″) the region of the embryonic digestive tube into which the yolk sac opens; ahead of it is the foregut and caudal to it is the hindgut.
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Midgut

• (n.) The middle part of the alimentary canal from the stomach, or entrance of the bile duct, to, or including, the large intestine.
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Midgut

Mid'gut` noun [ Mid , adjective + gut .] (Anat.) The middle part of the alimentary canal from the stomach, or entrance of the bile duct, to, or including, the large intestine.
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Midgut

The middle part of the alimentary canal and the main site of digestion and absorption.
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midgut

Type: Term Pronunciation: mid′gŭt Definitions: 1. The central portion of the digestive tube; the distal duodenum, small intestine, and proximal colon. 2. The portion of the embryonic gut between the foregut and the hindgut, which originally is open to the yolk sac.
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