- Pain in the stomach; a stomach ache.gastralgia
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Examples from the Web for gastrodynia
It is probable that cases of this disease were described under such names as passio cardiaca, gastrodynia, hmatemesis, and melna.
The preparations of Arsenic have even been used in some cases of Gastrodynia with considerable advantage.
It is very useful in Gastrodynia, and appears then to act locally upon the painful and irritable nerves of the stomach.
It is not powerful as a Sedative, but its peculiarity of action often renders it useful in Gastrodynia.