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    3. One of the four liver lobes, which is located on the visceral surface.
    6. A sac or pouch formed by hernial protrusion through the intestinal wall.
    8. Surgical separation of intestinal adhesions.
    10. The third and and longest section of the small intestine that absorbs most of the food is the ______.
    13. Major operation in which an organ and its surrounding structures are removed.
    15. The middle third of the small intestine is about 7-1/2 feet long and is called the ______.
    16. Surgical construction of artificial opening between the colon and abdominal wall.
    18. Another name for regional enteritis.
    19. Surgical incision into a salivary duct or gland to remove a stone or calculus.
    20. Surgical connection of two tubular structures or organs.
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    1. The act of dilating or stretching; expansion.
    2. Radiographic contrast medium enhanced examination of the colon; also known as a lower GI exam.
    4. Repair of the bottom of an organ or muscle.
    5. Examination of the abdominal and pelvic cavities through a scope placed through a small incision in the abdominal wall.
    7. Relating to the stomach and intestines.
    9. Large glandular organ in upper right abdomen that stores and filtrates blood, secretes bile, and converts sugars into glycogen, among other functions.
    11. Technique for viewing internal organs using X-rays and projecting the image onto a display screen.
    12. The liver turns ammonia into urea and then it is excreted by the ____ or sweat glands.
    13. Intestinal protrusion of the intestines through abdominal wall is called ____ of Intestines.
    14. Pancreas dumps digestive fluid into the duodenum and insulin into the _______.
    17. Type II diabetes mellitus is often caused by this.