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gastrolith

[ gas-truh-lith ]
/ ˈgæs trə lɪθ /
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noun Pathology.

a calculous concretion in the stomach.

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Origin of gastrolith

First recorded in 1850–55; gastro- + -lith
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British Dictionary definitions for gastrolith

gastrolith
/ (ˈɡæstrəlɪθ) /

noun

pathol a stone in the stomach; gastric calculus
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Medical definitions for gastrolith

gastrolith
[ găstrə-lĭth′ ]

n.

A pathological concretion formed in the stomach.gastric calculus
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