Enteral access device that is placed endoscopically, surgically, or radiologically with the tip of the tube positioned in the jejunum. This tube is considered for long-term feeding.

Part of the small intestine. It is half-way down the small intestine between its duodenum and ileum sections.

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Surgical formation of an opening through the abdominal wall into the jejunum.