dyspepsia

Synonyms and related words:
abscess, ague, anemia, ankylosis, anoxia, apnea, asphyxiation, asthma, ataxia, atrophy, backache, bleeding, blennorhea, cachexia, cachexy, cardialgia, chill, chills, cholera morbus, colic, constipation, convulsion, costiveness, coughing, cyanosis, diarrhea, dizziness, dropsy, dysentery, dyspnea, edema, emaciation, fainting, fatigue, fever, fibrillation, flux, gripe, gripes, growth, heartburn, hemorrhage, high blood pressure, hydrops, hypertension, hypotension, icterus, indigestion, inflammation, insomnia, irregularity, itching, jaundice, labored breathing, lientery, low blood pressure, lumbago, marasmus, nasal discharge, nausea, necrosis, obstipation, pain, paralysis, pruritus, pyrosis, rash, rheum, sclerosis, seizure, shock, skin eruption, sneezing, sore, spasm, tabes, tachycardia, trots, tumor, upset stomach, vertigo, vomiting, wasting

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  • Dyspepsia — Classification and external resources ICD 10 K30 ICD 9 536.8 …   Wikipedia

  • Dyspepsia — Dys*pep si*a, Dyspepsy Dys*pep sy (?; 277), [L. dyspepsia, Gr. ?, fr. ? hard to digest; dys ill, hard + ? to cook, digest; akin to E. cook: cf. F. dyspepsie. See {Dys }, and 3d Cook.] (Med.) A kind of indigestion; a state of the stomach in which… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dyspepsia — 1706, from L.L. dyspepsia or a back formation from DYSPEPTIC (Cf. dyspeptic) (q.v.). Its opposite is eupepsia …   Etymology dictionary

  • dyspepsia — [dis pep′sēdis pep′sē ə; ] also [, dis pep′shə] n. [L < Gr dyspepsia < dys , DYS + pepsis, cooking, digestion < peptein, to soften, COOK] impaired digestion; indigestion: cf. EUPEPSIA: also Dial. dyspepsy [dis pep′sē] …   English World dictionary

  • dyspepsia — ► NOUN ▪ indigestion. ORIGIN Greek duspepsia, from duspeptos difficult to digest …   English terms dictionary

  • dyspepsia — /dis pep sheuh, see euh/, n. deranged or impaired digestion; indigestion (opposed to eupepsia). Also, dyspepsy /dis pep see/. [1650 60; < L < Gk dyspepsía, equiv. to dys DYS + péps(is) digestion + ia IA] * * * …   Universalium

  • dyspepsia — [[t]dɪ̱spe̱psiə, AM ʃə[/t]] N UNCOUNT Dyspepsia is the same as indigestion. [MEDICAL] …   English dictionary

  • dyspepsia — dys•pep•sia [[t]dɪsˈpɛp ʃə, si ə[/t]] also dys•pep′sy n. pat deranged or impaired digestion; indigestion (opposed to eupepsia). • Etymology: 1650–60; < L < Gk dyspepsía < dys dys +péps(is) digestion (see peptic) …   From formal English to slang

  • dyspepsia — n. indigestion. Etymology: L dyspepsia f. Gk duspepsia (as DYS , peptos cooked, digested) …   Useful english dictionary

  • dyspepsia — noun Etymology: Latin, from Greek, from dys + pepsis digestion, from peptein, pessein to cook, digest more at cook Date: circa 1706 1. indigestion 2. ill humor ; disgruntlement • dyspeptic adjective or noun • dyspeptically …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • dyspepsia — noun /dɪsˈpɛp.si.ə/ A disorder of digestion, characterised by stomach pain, discomfort, heartburn and nausea, often following a meal. Syn: indigestion …   Wiktionary

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