flatulence, eructations of gas, and borborygmi are controlled by strict diet according to the rules given.
flatulence is not inserted; but Flatulency is said to be 'windiness; fulness of wind.'
It was entitled 'The Art of flatulence', and it consisted of a number of rules and definitions.
flatulence usually results from fermentative processes in the stomach and bowel, as the outcome of bacterial activity.
flatulence is seen in infants suffering from intestinal indigestion and the food is nearly always at fault.
flatulence (ventositas) is likewise a cause of gout, as we have already hinted.
1590s, from Middle French flatulent, from Modern Latin flatulentus, from Latin flatus "a blowing, a breaking wind," past participle of flare "to blow, puff," which is cognate with Old English blawan (see blow (v.1)).
flatulence flat·u·lence (flāch'ə-ləns) or flat·u·len·cy (flāch'ə-lən-sē)
The presence of excessive gas in the digestive tract.