Bouchard disease

Bou·chard dis·ease

(bū-shahr),
myopathic dilation of the stomach.

Bouchard disease

A near-extinct term for massive dilation of the stomach, described by French physician Charles Jacques Bouchard (1837–1915).

Bou·chard dis·ease

(bū-shahr' di-zēz')
Myopathic dilation of the stomach.

Bouchard,

Charles Jacques, French physician, 1837-1915.
Bouchard disease - myopathic dilation of the stomach.
Bouchard nodes - interphalangeal joint nodes, related to osteoarthritis or gout.