gavage

Administration of materials directly into the stomach by esophageal intubation.
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Gavage

an artificial feeding technique in which liquids are passed into the stomach by way of a tube inserted through the nose
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Gavage

Ga`vage' (gȧ`vȧzh') noun [ French, from gaver to gorge.] Forced feeding (as of poultry or infants) by means of a tube passed through the mouth down to the stomach.
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gavage

1. Forced feeding by stomach tube. ... Synonym: gastrogavage, gastrostogavage. ... 2. Therapeutic use of a high-potency diet administered by stomach tube. ... Origin: Fr. Gaver, to gorge fowls ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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gavage

(gә-vahzh´) forced feeding, especially through a tube passed into the stomach; see also tube feeding. superalimentation.
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Gavage

• (n.) Forced feeding (as of poultry or infants) by means of a tube passed through the mouth down to the stomach.
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gavage

Type: Term Pronunciation: gă-vahzh′ Definitions: 1. Forced feeding by stomach tube. 2. Therapeutic use of a high-potency diet administered by stomach tube. Synonyms: gastrogavage, gastrostogavage
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gavage

force-feeding of poultry
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