tachygastria

tach·y·gas·tri·a

(tak-ē-gas'trē-ă),
Increased rate of electrical pacemaker activity in the stomach, defined as more than 4 cycles/minute for at least 1 minute. Normal activity is defined as an electrical signal at a frequency of 2-4 cycles per minute using cutaneous electrogastrography. May be associated with nausea, gastroparesis, irritable bowel syndrome, and functional dyspepsia.

tachygastria

(tăk″ē-găs′trē-ă)
Increased rate of contractions of the stomach.

tach·y·gas·tri·a

(tak'i-gas'trē-ă)
Increased rate of electrical pacemaker activity in stomach, defined as more than 4 cycles/minute for at least 1 minute. May be associated with nausea, gastroparesis, irritable bowel syndrome, and functional dyspepsia.
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