noun, plural fla·tus·es.
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Example sentences from the Web for flatus
There should be proper control of flatus and motions from the date of operation.
The plebs plebis think that the cause is wind or flatus, and that they get rid of the ague by belching.A History of Epidemics in Britain, Volume II (of 2)|Charles Creighton
The stomach and bowels are liable to distension by flatus, sometimes to the extent of producing colicky pains.
If the gangrenous portion be very full of fæces or flatus, incisions may be made into it.
This is especially the case where much flatus is generated, or where the patient is naturally stout.