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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «AEROPHAGY» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about aerophagy
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «AEROPHAGY»
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Clinical Diagnosis For Medical Undergraduates, 2/e
Persons who suffer from aerophagy relax the superior sphincter of the
oesophagus and air is sucked into the oesophagus due to the negative pressure
in the oesophagus. Some amount of this air goes into the stomach and increases
the size ...
Self Assessment & Review Pediatrics : 1/e,2007
Cardiac chalasia c. Aerophagy d. Gastro-esophageal reflux [Ref. Ghai 6/e, p 263]
102. Vomiting on the first day of baby's life may be caused by all of the following
except : a. Pyloric stenosis (MAHE 05) b. Oesophageal atresia c. Aerophagy d.
JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association
Voumz 74 Nouns: 24 STOMACH GASES AND AEROPHAGY The occurrence of
gases in abnormal quantities in the gastro-intestinal tract is familiar through the
frequent clinical observation of meteorism and tympanites. Most of the available ...
The Minor Symptoms of Aerophagy.——Leven states that air-swallowing does
not receive the attention it merits from the profession, considering its significance
in the causation of gastric, intestinal, cardiac, respiratory and other ailments.
George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman, 1919
Modern Technique in Treatment
hot water should be undertaken together with the oral administration of charcoal.
Aerophagy Aerophagy or air swallowing is, par excellence, the cause of
flatulence. In moderation a feature of normal digestion, aerophagy with
Library of Congress Subject Headings
A) Aeronomy See Atmosphere, Upper Aerophagia See Aerophagy Aerophagy (
RC840) x Aerophagia xx Hysteria Stomach—Diseases Aerophysics See
Atmospheric physics Aeroplanes See Airplanes Aeropus (QL508.A2) xx
Library of Congress, 1986
Concise Colour Medical Dictionary
Voluntary aerophagy is used to permit oesophageal speech after surgical
removal of the larynx (usually for cancer). aerosol n. a suspension of extremely
small liquid or solid particles (about 0.001 mm diameter) in a gas. Drugs for
Elizabeth A. Martin, Oxford University Press, 2010
Library of Congress Subject Headings
A/ BT Airplanes Aeronomy USE Atmosphere, Upper Aeropainting USE
Aeropittura Aerophagia USE Aerophagy Aerophagy (May Subd Geog) [RC840]
UF Aerophagia BT Hysteria Stomach—Diseases Aerophotography USE Aerial ...
Library of Congress. Cataloging Policy and Support Office, 2006
Clin. Methods in Ped.
Malrotation 8. Neuroblastoma 9. Congenital chylous ascitis 10. Anterior
meningocoele. Older Children (Preschool group) Common Causes 1. Normal pot
belly 2. Malnourished children 3. Chronic diarrhoea, hypokalaemia 4. Aerophagy
Midline Medical Dictionary
See Aeroperitonia. Aeroperitonia. Distension of the peritoneal cavity with the gas;
aeroperitoneum. = Aerophagia. The swallowing of air; aerophagy. Aerophagy.
See Aerophagia. Aerophil(e). Air-loving. ^i^i)*Tl; an aerobic organism. Aerophilic.
P. S. Rawat, 2002
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «AEROPHAGY»
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Maurice Gueret: Urine cure strictly for the jungle
Doctors have even invented a term for the swallowing of too much air – aerophagy. Children will tell you that the most effective way to create ... «Irish Independent, Mar 14»
When the Going Gets Weird, the Weird Write Books
"Neurotic persons are known to have a habit of eating or swallowing air (aerophagy)." Then they digest castles made of sand and pipedreams, ... «Booktryst, Oct 11»
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