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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgastrointestinalgas‧tro‧in‧tes‧tin‧al /ˌɡæstrəʊɪnˈtestɪnəl $ -troʊ-/ adjective medical  of or relating to the stomach and intestines
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gastrointestinalDiarrhea, due to gastrointestinal disorders, infections, and even laxative abuse, may lead to substantial potassium losses.This usually implies upper gastrointestinal endoscopy, ultrasound examination, and investigation for enteric pathogens.The effects of serotonin on gastrointestinal motor function are generally believed to be mediated through myenteric plexus neurons.The remaining amount of uric acid is excreted in the biliary, pancreatic, and gastrointestinal secretions through the gastrointestinal tract.It is also found in the gastrointestinal track of man.No subject, however, complained of nausea or any other gastrointestinal tract symptoms at any time during the submaximal plateau.
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