viscerogenic

vis·cer·o·gen·ic

(vis'ĕr-ō-jen'ik),
Of visceral origin; denoting a number of sensory and other reflexes.
[viscero- + G. -gen, producing]

vis·cer·o·gen·ic

(vis'ĕr-ō-jen'ik)
Of visceral origin; denoting a number of sensory and other reflexes.
[viscero- + G. -gen, producing, + ic]

viscerogenic

(vĭs″ĕr-ō-jĕn′ĭk) [″ + Gr. gennan, to produce]
Originating in the viscera.
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The Lord is my external internal integrative mechanism, I shall not be deprived of gratification for my viscerogenic hungers or my need dispositions.
In addition to identify the principal human needs, Murray also subdivided them in many ways, distinguishing covert and overt needs, viscerogenic and psychogenic needs, proactive and reactive needs, and focal and diffuse needs (Lindzey and Rieber, 2002).
Finally, if the patient has viscerogenic pain, the physician should determine whether the pain is colicky, tearing, or episodic.