Victuality, (organ at epigastrium,) some other number equally significant.
He worshipped, as he said, his "Fe-fo-fum," The goddess of the epigastrium.
Slight pain in epigastrium, coming and going at intervals of a few minutes.
It was accompanied also by violent pains and great swelling of the epigastrium.
A disease consisting in a sense of heat in the epigastrium, with copious eructations of aqueous humour, S.
The first of them is what is called the epigastrium in the table.
A blister was applied to the epigastrium on the 15th of February, seven days after her admission.
At the epigastrium: I have so many regrets every time I transgress!
Counter-irritation over the epigastrium and right hypochondrium by a blister or iodine is of direct service.
Frequently it extends from the epigastrium to the back and chest and into the right and left hypochondrium.
epigastrium ep·i·gas·tri·um (ěp'ĭ-gās'trē-əm)
n. pl. ep·i·gas·tri·a (-trē-ə)
The highest of three median regions of the abdomen, lying above the umbilical region and between the hypochondriac regions.