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water brash heartburn with regurgitation of sour fluid or almost tasteless saliva into the mouth.

water brash

(wah'tĕr brash),
Regurgitation of saliva and/or gastric fluid secondary to gastroesophageal reflux, the acidification of the esophagus stimulating oropharyngeal secretion.

water brash

n.
Regurgitation of watery acid from the stomach.

water brash

heartburn with regurgitation into the mouth of fluid that may be sour or almost tasteless.

water brash

An antiquated term which variously referred to:
(1) A severe form of diarrhoea which may occur in weaned children;
(2) Heart burn; or
(3) GORD/GERD.

Most works, however, define is as heartburn; it is not used in the working medical parlance.

water brash

Foam at the mouth Hypersalivation characteristic of reflux esophagitis–variably accompanied by chronic blood loss, anemia, aspiration, regurgitation and recurrent pneumonitis. Cf Shaving cream appearance.

wa·ter brash

(waw'tĕr brash)
Regurgitation of saliva and/or gastric fluid due to gastroesophageal reflux.
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