- pain in the intestine; colic.
Origin of enteralgia
Examples from the Web for enteralgia
Historical Examples of enteralgia
Gastralgia, enteralgia, simple serous diarrhoea, and dysentery also rarely occur in acute rheumatism.
Persons addicted to the use of tobacco or alcohol and to dissipations of various kinds may become predisposed to enteralgia.
Affections bearing a certain resemblance to enteralgia are to be excluded.
The duration of an attack of enteralgia is variable and depends to a great extent upon the cause.
Gastralgia is more frequent than enteralgia, and the pain is located about the ensiform cartilage.
- Severe abdominal pain accompanying spasms of the intestine.