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- adj. Of or pertaining to the epigastrium
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to the epigastrium, or to the epigastric region.
- adj. Over the stomach; -- applied to two of the areas of the carapace of crabs.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Lying upon, distributed over, or pertaining to the abdomen or the stomach. Also, rarely, epigastræal, epigastral, epigastrial.
- Superficial, a recurrent branch of the femoral supplying: the abdominal walls below the umbilicus.
- Superior, the abdominal branch of the internal mammary.
- n. An epigastric artery.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lying on or over the stomach
- adj. of or relating to the anterior walls of the abdomen
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The middle region of the upper zone is called the epigastric, and the two lateral regions the right and left hypochondriac.
The middle region of the upper zone is called the epigastric; and the two lateral regions, the right and left hypochondriac.
Her abdomen was soft, with mild epigastric tenderness and no rebound organomegaly.
In the psychiatric unit, the patient became agitated and complained of headache, epigastric tenderness and a dry mouth.
Last October my son was diagnosed with an epigastric hernia.
Pain in your stomach epigastric pain or your right side under your ribs, or possible pain in your shoulder or lower back
A Korean who feels the epigastric pain of fire illness is expressing distress over an interpersonal conflict or a collective experience of injustice.
• Pain in your stomach epigastric pain or your right side under your ribs, or possible pain in your shoulder or lower back
Anxiety, agitation, insomnia, dizziness, epigastric heaviness (feeling full) Aricept An Alzheimer's drug that may also enhance memory in healthy adults.
A newer version of the flap–tummy tuck method is called DIEP reconstruction deep inferior epigastric perforator reconstruction, which uses the same fatty tissue from the tummy but leaves your abdominal muscles intact.