[gas-truh-lith] /ˈgæs trə lɪθ/

noun, Pathology.
a calculous concretion in the stomach.
(pathol) a stone in the stomach; gastric calculus

gastrolith gas·tro·lith (gās’trə-lĭth’)
A pathological concretion formed in the stomach. Also called gastric calculus.


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