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ep·i·gas·tric

(ep'i-gas'trik),
Relating to the epigastrium.

epigastric

[-gas′trik]
Etymology: Gk, epi, above, gaster, stomach
pertaining to the epigastrium, the area above the stomach.

epigastric

adjective Referring to the body region between the costal margins and the subcostal plane

ep·i·gas·tric

(ep'i-gas'trik)
Relating to the epigastrium.
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9],[10],[11] As a reproducible experimental model, the epigastric flap in the rats still used not only for microvascular surgical training [12],[13],[14],[15] but also simply as a research model for laboratory studies.
64 Number of men 7 Number of women 6 Number of patients with gallstones 1 Numbers of patients with symptoms 8 Dyspepsia 4 Right epigastric pain 4 No symptom 0 Cholesterolosis Adenoma Mean age (years) 54.
Intravenous steroid therapy (methylprednisolone 2mg/kg/day) was initiated for 4 days, and bloody vomiting and epigastric pain improved.
Left deep inferior epigastric and left deep iliac circumflex arteries supplied the left common femoral artery.
Iron deficiency anaemia, pancreatitis and epigastric mass in a young female: a rare presentation of a large gastric trichobezoar].
Superior mesenteric artery compression syndrome, also known as Wilkie's syndrome, duodenal vascular compression syndrome, cast syndrome, or arteriomesenteric duo denal compression syndrome, (1,2,3) is clinically manifested as postprandial epigastric pain and/or fullness accompanied by nausea, vomiting and weight loss.
A 4-port technique was used--an umbilical (10 mm), a medial epigastric (10 mm) and two lateral sub-costal (5 mm) ports (Figure 1)
The term DIEP is an acronym for the expression "Deep Inferior Epigastric Perforators" which is the name given to the tiny blood vessels that supply nutrients to the flap taken from the lower abdomen.
A case of 55 years old male with complains of epigastric pain nausea postprandial vomiting and weakness.
Out of all patients 31% of the patients belonged to postprandial distress syndrome, 29% to epigastric pain syndrome and 40% to both groups.
As the clinical symptoms associated with RE patients were evaluated for the presence of typical complaints of GERD--heartburn and regurgitation, epigastric abdominal pain and other dyspeptic complaints (nausea, vomiting, eructation) over six months period.