A patient suffering agonies from gastritis was also placed under my special charge.
The same medicines are applicable to both gastritis and Enteritis.
When there is much fever, gastritis may be confounded with remittent or typhoid fever.
He's got gastritis, and the doctor says it's from lead poisoning.
Doctor Dilworthy called in; pronounced him in danger of gastritis and love-sickness with grave prognosis.
Dad's got to quit work—got indigestion or gastritis or some o' those stomach things.
He was in for gastritis, at the least, if it was not pneumonia.
It should be understood that gastritis signifies an inflammation of the stomach and enteritis an inflammation of the intestines.
She was thin and frail, and eating almost nothing from gastritis.
In gastritis the nausea is from the first a pronounced feature of the disease.
gastritis gas·tri·tis (gā-strī'tĭs)
Chronic or acute inflammation of the stomach, especially of the mucous membrane of the stomach.