They will gradually enter into the chyle of sociology and literature.
It is then partly digested by the nurses with honey, so that a sort of chyle is formed.
The chyle is poured into a vein behind the collar bone, and passes through the heart to the lungs, where it is changed into blood.
If the turbidity is owing to the urate it will disappear; if to chyle it will remain.
This will not only cause disease of the digestive organs, but chyle will not be formed, to nourish the system.
Many instances of milk and chyle found in ulcers are given by Haller, El.
The chemically-changed chyme is now termed chyle, and is ready to be absorbed by the minute, projecting Villi.
From the words "the absorption of chyle," to the end, is nearly verbatim the language of the review.
Within these are the origins of the Lacteals, a peculiar set of Lymphatic vessels, which are engaged in the absorption of chyle.
Animal food supplies chyle much more abundantly than vegetable food does; and this chyle is more stimulating in its nature.
A turbid, white or pale yellow fluid taken up by the lacteals from the intestine during digestion and carried by the lymphatic system via the thoracic duct into the circulation.