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gas·tric

 (găs′trĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, or associated with the stomach.

gastric

(ˈɡæstrɪk)
adj
(Medicine) of, relating to, near, or involving the stomach: gastric pains.

gas•tric

(ˈgæs trɪk)

adj.
pertaining to the stomach.
[1650–60]

gas·tric

(găs′trĭk)
Relating to the stomach.

gastric

Relating to the stomach.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.gastric - relating to or involving the stomach; "gastric ulcer"

gastric

adjective stomach, abdominal, intestinal, duodenal, enteric a gastric ulcer
Translations
مَعِدي
žaludeční
gastriskmave-
gyomor-
maga-
skrandžio
kuņģa-
žalúdočný
mideye ait

gastric

[ˈgæstrɪk]
A. ADJgástrico
B. CPD gastric flu Ngastroenteritis f inv
gastric juice Njugo m gástrico
gastric ulcer Núlcera f gástrica

gastric

[ˈgæstrɪk] adjgastriquegastric flu ngrippe f intestinalegastric ulcer nulcère m de l'estomac

gastric

adjMagen-, gastrisch (spec); gastric acidMagensäure f

gastric

:
gastric flu, gastric influenza
nDarmgrippe f
gastric juices
plMagensäfte pl
gastric ulcer

gastric

[ˈgæstrɪk] adjgastrico/a
gastric flu → influenza m inv gastro-intestinale

gastric

(ˈgӕstrik) adjective
of the stomach. a gastric ulcer.

gas·tric

a. gástrico-a, rel. o concerniente al estómago;
acidácido;
analysisgastroanálisis;
___ arteriesarterias ___;
___ by-passderivación ___;
digestion ___digestión ___;
emptyingvaciamiento ___;
___ feedingalimentación ___;
___ fistulafístula ___;
___ glandsglándulas ___;
___ juicejugo ___;
___ lavagelavado ___;
___ staplingcirugía de reducción ___ para adelgazar;
ulcer ___úlcera ___;
___ vertigovértigo ___.

gastric

adj gástrico
References in periodicals archive ?
13) Various reports in veterinary literature have implicated the Sarcina species in the development of gastric dilatation (19) and death in livestock, cats, and horses.
Bloat is a two-part disorder, telegraphed by its formal name: gastric dilatation and volvulus.
Early post-operative hemorrhage occurred in 3(6%) patients, gastric dilatation after removal of naso-gastric tube 2(4%) patients, and post-splenectomy sepsis 2(4%) patients (Table-III).
There was no doubt he had gastric dilatation and volvulus (GDV).