endogastric

en·do·gas·tric

(en'dō-gas'trik),
Within the stomach.
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Prosthetic esophageal erosion after mesh hiatoplasty in a child, removed by transabdominal endogastric surgery.
Gastric secretory function was assessed by endogastric pH-metry with ML-2 unit (production of Ukraine).
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EndoGastric Solutions, a company involved in the endoluminal treatment of gastroesophageal reflux disease, has received additional new financing of up to USD50m.
EndoGastric Solutions (EGS) is beefing up its management team.
columnare exhibits smooth, straight or slightly curved endogastric shells.
Rapid, catastrophic extrusions (i.e., endogastric) are almost certainly lethal and would result in lower survival rates compared with the rates of control groups.
Mature gastric teratoma: the mixed exogastric and endogastric variety.