• esophagus
  • In seven subjects, both the cardia (part of the stomach immediately adjacent to the esophagus) and the pylorus (part of the stomach through which contents are emptied into the small intestine) were inspected and 75 percent or more of the gastric mucosa was visualized (greater than or equal to 50 percent in all of the remaining subjects). (redorbit.com)
  • time
  • The main outcome measurements were safety and tolerability, time the MMC remained in the stomach, its responsiveness to the magnetic paddle, and the area of the stomach lining visualized. (redorbit.com)