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gastro - stomach


epigastric outer + stomach
gastrocele stomach + protrusion (hernia)
gastrocolitis stomach + colon (small intestines) + inflammation
gastrocoloptosis stomach + colon (small intestines) + drop (downward placement)
gastroduodenal stomach + duodenum (first part of the small intestines)
gastroduodenoscopy stomach + duodenum + exam
gastroenteritis stomach + intestines + inflammation
gastroenterology stomach + intestines + study of
gastroenteropathy stomach + intestines + disease
gastroenteroplasty stomach + intestines + surgical
gastroesophagitis stomach + esophagus + inflammation
gastrohepatic stomach + liver
gastrolithiasis stomach + stone + condition of
gastromalacia stomach + softening
gastromegaly stomach + enlargement
gastromyxorrhea stomach + mucous + drainage
gastropathy stomach + disease
gastropexy stomach + fixation (stomach is surgically attached to the abdominal wall)
gastroplasty stomach + surgical repair (plastic surgery)
gastropylorectomy stomach + pylorus (gatekeeper) + excision
gastrorrhagia stomach + bleeding
gastrorrhaphy stomach + suture
gastrorrhea stomach + drainage (excessive)
gastrorrhexis stomach + bursting
gastroscopy stomach + exam
gastrostomy stomach + opening (new opening into the stomach)
gastrotomy stomach + incision
gastrotoxic stomach + poison
nasalgastric nose + stomach
orogastric mouth + stomach
Created by: MEO