Blockage in the bowel. Can be completely or partly blocked.
a blockage in the small or large intestine (bowel) preventing the normal flow of intestinal contents.
A blockage of the space inside the bowel, stopping the passage of material through it.
a blockage in the intestines that prevents gas, fluids, or solids from moving through the intestines normally
a partial or complete blockage in the intestines
Blockage or clogging of the intestine.
A partial or complete blockage of the passageways in the small intestine. Obstruction can occur for many reasons including postoperative adhesions, Crohnâ€(tm)s disease, and hernias.
Blockage of the intestine that limits or stops passage of its contents. Adhesion formation involving the bowel is particularly common following a hysterectomy.
Bowel obstruction is a mechanical blockage of the intestines, preventing the normal transit of the products of digestion. It can occur at any level in the digestive tract, and is a medical emergency. Although many cases are not treated surgically, it is a surgical problem.