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1 : An intestinal concretion.

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1 : Enterolith

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An intestinal concretion.

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Enterolith
Classification and external resources
Specialtygastroenterology
ICD-10K56.4
ICD-9-CM560.39
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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 seed, pebble, or piece of twine, that serves as an irritant. In this respect, an enterolith forms by a process similar to the creation of a pearl.

An enterolith is not to be confused with a gastrolith, which helps digestion.

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  • 1 English
    • 1.1 Etymology
    • 1.2 Noun
      • 1.2.1 Translations

English[edit]

WOTD – 29 June 2012

Etymology[edit]

Coined based on Ancient Greek ἔντερον (énteron, intestine) + λίθος (líthos, stone); synchronically, entero- +‎ -lith.

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Noun[edit]

enterolith (plural enteroliths)

  1. A mineral concretion in the intestinal tract.
  2. (chiefly Britain) A bezoar.

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