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Non extasie delle vie escretrici

English translation: no ecstasias of the excretory ducts

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Italian term or phrase:Non extasie delle vie escretrici
English translation:no ecstasias of the excretory ducts
Entered by: DR. RICHARD BAVRY
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18:39 Aug 8, 2001
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Italian term or phrase: Non extasie delle vie escretrici
I think it is:
No increase in size of excretion channels. (or should it be tubes, or ducts,or paths?)
Gail
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Explanation:
"ecstasias of the excretory ducts"

Probably, from the little context you offered, "no ecstasias of the excretory ducts" as in an autopsy report.
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Summary of answers provided
naexcretory ducts or channels
Fuad Yahya
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DR. RICHARD BAVRY
naecstasias
DR. RICHARD BAVRY


  

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1 hr
ecstasias


Explanation:
http://www.merck.com/pubs/mm_geriatrics/sec13/ch107.htm

Merck Manual
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Angiodysplasia
(Vascular *Ecstasias*)

Small clusters of dilated and tortuous veins in the mucosa of the colon and small intestine, which may cause lower GI bleeding.

Angiodysplasia occurs in > 25% of persons >= 60 and is an important cause of acute and major lower GI bleeding as well as of slow intermittent blood loss in the elderly. Repeated episodes of low-grade, partial obstruction of submucosal veins are believed to occur when colonic muscles contract or when intraluminal pressure increases, resulting in venous dilation and tortuosity. Mucosal veins drained by the submucosal vein may also be affected. In the final stage of development, the precapillary sphincter becomes incompetent, and a small arteriovenous communication with the ectatic tuft of vessels develops. Angiodysplasia usually develops in the right colon, probably because tension on the bowel wall is greater, as expressed by Laplace's law relating tension to the diameter of the bowel lumen. A causal association between angiodysplasia and aortic stenosis has been questioned after a thorough review of the literature.

Symptoms, Signs, and Diagnosis
Mucosal angiodysplasia is asymptomatic in most persons. Patients usually present with painless, subacute, and recurrent bleeding, which stops spontaneously in the vast majority of cases. Bleeding may be red blood, maroon stools, or melena, or it may be occult. About 10 to 15...




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1 hr
[ADDENDUM]


Explanation:
"ecstasias of the excretory ducts"

Probably, from the little context you offered, "no ecstasias of the excretory ducts" as in an autopsy report.


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2 hrs
excretory ducts or channels


Explanation:
I assume this is the troublesome part. Take a look at these online texts, showing the different collocations:

http://www.leeds.ac.uk/chb/lectures/anatomy9.html

“Interestingly these excretory ducts probably also carried gametes to the sea, even at this early stage.”


http://www.hps-online.com/disease.htm

“These skin conditions are caused mainly by excessive putrefactive waste matter in the body's excretory channels, and extreme acidosis of blood due to accumulation of toxic wastes.”


The expression “excretionary ducts” is also used, but very infrequently.

Fuad



    Reference: http://www.leeds.ac.uk/chb/lectures/anatomy9.html
    Reference: http://www.hps-online.com/disease.htm
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