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Pyrosis: A technical term for what is popularly called heartburn, a burning sensation in the upper abdomen. In many languages there is a technical term such as pyrosis and a popular term for the same phenomenon. For example, pyrosis is popularly known in French as brûlure épigastrique and in Spanish as ardor de estómago. Pyrosis is the Greek wor
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[ New Latin , fr Greek ... a burning, an inflammation, from ... to burn, from ... fire.] (Medicine)
See Water brash
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<symptom> Heartburn, a burning sensation in the epigastric region of the abdomen. ... Origin: Gr. Pyrosis = burning ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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(pi-ro´sis) heartburn. adj., pyrot´ic., adj.
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• (n.) See Water brash, under Brash.
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(Gr. pyrosis burning) heartburn.
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More commonly known as heartburn. A painful burning sensation in the chest that is caused by food and stomach juices backing up into the esophagus. Pyrosis is a common complaint among pregnant women. Pyrosis is generally not dangerous and will go away after the baby is born. More than half of all pregnant women will experience some form of heartb..
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pyrosis: see heartburn.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: pī-rō′sis Definitions: 1. Substernal pain or burning sensation, usually associated with regurgitation of acid-peptic gastric juice into the esophagus. Synonyms: heartburn
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