cholelithic dyspepsia

cholelithic dyspepsia

[kō′lilith′ik]
Etymology: Gk, chole + lithos, stone, dys, bad, peptein, to digest
an abnormal condition characterized by sudden attacks of indigestion associated with dysfunction of the gallbladder. See also dyspepsia.
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People can also be diagnosed with cholelithic dyspepsia, sudden attacks of indigestion linked to gallbladder dysfunction.