reflex dyspepsia

re·flex dys·pep·si·a

functional dyspepsia excited by reflex irritation from disease elsewhere than in the stomach or intestines.

reflex dyspepsia

an abnormal condition characterized by impaired digestion associated with the disease of an organ not directly involved with digestion. See also dyspepsia.

re·flex dys·pep·si·a

(rēfleks dis-pepsē-ă)
Functional dyspepsia excited by reflex irritation from disease elsewhere than in the stomach or intestines.