enterolith

[n] - a calculus occurring in the intestines
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Enterolith

En'ter·o·lith noun [ Greek 'e`nteron an intestine + -lith .] (Medicine) An intestinal concretion.
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enterolith

noun a calculus occurring in the intestines
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enterolith

(en´tәr-o-lith″) a calculus in the intestine; called also intestinal calculus.
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Enterolith

• (n.) An intestinal concretion.
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enterolith

Type: Term Pronunciation: en′tĕr-ō-lith′ Definitions: 1. An intestinal calculus formed of layers of soaps and earthy phosphates surrounding a nucleus of some hard body such as a swallowed fruit stone or other indigestible substance.
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enterolith

Stony concretion that develops in the large intestine
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Enterolith

An enterolith is a mineral concretion or calculus formed anywhere in the gastrointestinal system. Enteroliths are uncommon and usually incidental findings but, once found, they require at a minimum watchful waiting. If there is evidence of complications, they must be removed. An enterolith may form around a nidus, a small foreign object such as a ...
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