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Related to gastric: gastroenteritis, gastritis, gastric ulcer

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.
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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 classic literature ?
We come to it freshly, in the dewy youth of the day, and when our spiritual and sensual elements are in better accord than at a later period; so that the material delights of the morning meal are capable of being fully enjoyed, without any very grievous reproaches, whether gastric or conscientious, for yielding even a trifle overmuch to the animal department of our nature.
Another reason which Sag-Harbor (he went by that name) urged for his want of faith in this matter of the prophet, was something obscurely in reference to his incarcerated body and the whale's gastric juices.
On this occasion she refused one dish after another with a resolution which implied the rarest of all modern martyrdoms -- gastric martyrdom.
Men go happy or miserable as they have healthy or unhealthy livers, or sound gastric glands.
Kurt said that several of the men were sea-sick, but the motion did not inconvenience Bert, whose luck it was to be of that mysterious gastric disposition which constitutes a good sailor.
Greatly to their surprise he raised himself, looked at his watch, and remarked that, as it was now half an hour since luncheon, the gastric juices had had sufficient time to secrete; he was trying a system, he explained, which involved short spells of exercise interspaced by longer intervals of rest.
They stood still and began to laugh at him, and to ask him whether the gastric juices--but he stopped them and began to speak very quickly and stiffly.
But the following fact is more important: the crops of birds do not secrete gastric juice, and do not in the least injure, as I know by trial, the germination of seeds; now after a bird has found and devoured a large supply of food, it is positively asserted that all the grains do not pass into the gizzard for 12 or even 18 hours.
I only know it turned out as uncomfortably for Tom Tulliver as if he had been plied with cheese in order to remedy a gastric weakness which prevented him from digesting it.
Review article: Helicobacter pylori and molecular events in precancerous gastric lesions.
Acute gastric dilation leading to ischemia of the stomach is an under-diagnosed and potentially fatal event.
NEW ORLEANS -- Gastric bypass surgery resulted in more rapid and greater weight loss over a 2-year period than did gastric band surgery, according to a retrospective analysis of both procedures presented at the annual meeting of NAASO, the Obesity Society.