Fecalith

Fecalith: A hard stony mass of feces. A fecalith can obstruct the appendix, leading to appendicitis. Fecaliths also can obstruct diverticuli. Called also a coprolith and stercolith. From fecal + -lith for stone.
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fecalith

(fe´kә-lith) an intestinal concretion formed around a center of fecal material. Called also coprolith.
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fecalith

(from the article `appendix`) ...into the structure. If anything blocks the opening of the appendix or prevents it from expelling its contents into the cecum, appendicitis may ...
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fecalith

fecalith The concretion or calcified mass of fecal material; coprolith.
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fecalith

Type: Term Pronunciation: fē′kă-lith Definitions: 1. A hard mass consisting of inspissated feces. Synonyms: coprolith, stercolith
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fecalith

stony heap or mass of feces
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