fatty food attack

fatty food attack

Nutrition
A popular term for transient abdominal colic that occurs in response to ingesting fried or fat-laden foods, which is a common clinical sign of gallstones.

fatty food attack

Internal medicine A popular term for severe transient colicky abdominal pain that occurs in response to ingestion of fried or fat-laden foods, which is considered a common clinical sign of cholelithiasis. See Gallbladder disease.
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