epigastralgia

epigastralgia

 [ep″ĭ-gas-tral´jah]
pain in the epigastrium.

ep·i·gas·tral·gi·a

(ep'i-gas-tral'jē-ă),
Pain in the epigastric region.
[epigastrium + G. algos, pain]

ep·i·gas·tral·gi·a

(ep'i-gas-tral'jē-ă)
Pain in the epigastric region.
[epigastrium + G. algos, pain]

ep·i·gas·tral·gi·a

(ep'i-gas-tral'jē-ă)
Pain in the epigastric region.
[epigastrium + G. algos, pain]

epigastralgia

pain in the epigastrium.
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