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  1. ... throat, esophagus, stomach, and part of the small intestine. The test involves drinking a chalky liquid that ... esophagus, stomach, and first part of your small intestine. The test uses a special type of x- ...
  2. ... fluid that helps you digest food in your intestines. Some bile flows through ducts (small tubes) from your liver directly into your intestines. The rest is stored in your gallbladder for ...
  3. ... rye. Celiac disease can seriously damage your small intestine. Learn more. ... immune system attack the lining of the small intestine, as if it were a harmful substance. This ...
  4. ... out of the stomach and into the small intestine. When your stomach takes longer than normal to ... that prevents food from passing into your small intestine. Gastroparesis may also cause malnutrition (not getting enough ...
  5. ... stomach), peptic ulcers (sores in the stomach, small intestine, or esophagus), and certain types of stomach cancer . ... of your stomach, and part of your small intestine. During the procedure: You will lie down on ...
  6. ... The colon makes up most of the large intestine. The rectum is at the end of the large intestine and connects to the anus. Colorectal cancer is ...
  7. ... your esophagus, stomach, and part of your small intestine. Your provider may take a biopsy (removal of ... small risk of getting a tear in your intestine. If you had a biopsy , there is a ...
  8. ... could develop life-threatening inflammation of the large intestine. It mostly affects older adults. Shigellosis , an infection of the lining of the intestine. It is spread by direct contact with the ...
  9. ... sugar that is normally easily absorbed by the intestines. A xylose test checks the level of xylose ... disease, a rare condition that prevents the small intestine from absorbing nutrients Low results may also be ...
  10. ... is a small pouch attached to the large intestine. It's located in the lower right side of ...
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