gastroparesis diabeticorum

gas·tro·pa·re·sis di·a·be·ti·co·rum

dilation of the stomach with gastric retention in diabetic patients, commonly seen in association with severe acidosis or coma.

gas·tro·pa·re·sis di·a·be·ti·co·rum

(gastrō-păr-ēsis dīă-bet-ti-kōrŭm)
Dilation of stomach with gastric retention in diabetic patients, commonly seen in association with severe acidosis or coma.
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The term gastroparesis diabeticorum was coined by Kassander in 1958 [40].
Kassander, "Asymptomatic gastric retention in diabetics (gastroparesis diabeticorum)," Annals of Internal Medicine, vol.