Ileal intussusception, a medical condition where one portion of the intestine telescopes into another, can be a difficult word to spell. Its spelling is influenced by its pronunciation, which is [ˌɪliəl ɪnˌtʌsəsˈsɛpʃən]. The "ie" in "ileal" is pronounced as a long "e" sound, while the "tuss" in "intussusception" is pronounced like "tush". The word's roots are Latin- "ileus", meaning "intestine", and "intus", meaning "within". Despite its complexity, understanding the IPA transcription can help with its proper spelling.

Common Misspellings for ILEAL INTUSSUSCEPTION

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