Definition of 'gastric'
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That proved to me that the hypnotic gastric band was extraordinarily effective. The Sun (2013)The following year she took the drastic step of opting for gastric bypass surgery. The Sun (2016)Now the taxpayer will have to fork out again to fund the gastric band operation. The Sun (2012)She has a gastric band in her stomach. The Sun (2007)That is why these people often need gastric band surgery. The Sun (2011)Maybe she would be better off launching a range of designer gastric bands. The Sun (2008)One treatment for seriously overweight patients is gastric band surgery. The Sun (2013)He recovered and the following year underwent gastric bypass surgery to help control his weight. The Sun (2010)She underwent the gastric bypass surgery in June last year. The Sun (2013)But after a gastric bypass op she slimmed to 13st and her sight has returned to normal. The Sun (2010)It's a much healthier way to lose weight than a gastric bypass. The Sun (2015)She was then given a gastric band operation at a hospital in Birmingham. Times, Sunday Times (2013)And in October he had a gastric op to reduce his stomach size. The Sun (2013)Her gastric bypass has already cost 28,000 because she was so big she needed specialist equipment. The Sun (2014)In 2005 he had a gastric bypass operation. The Sun (2010)Unlike a gastric band, it does not require any surgery. The Sun (2015)Once the gastric band is in place, diets must be followed meticulously. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It limits your stomach size so you cannot hold much food at once and is a far bigger operation than a gastric band op. The Sun (2009)I am having gastric bypass surgery next month after years of consideration. The Sun (2015)Forget a gastric band operation. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There are very few situations in which I feel like the gastric bypass was a waste. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Over the next three years she made numerous trips overseas for surgery, and lost her bulk with an 8,000 gastric band op. The Sun (2013)
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British English: gastric ADJECTIVE
You use gastric to describe processes, pain, or illnesses that occur in someone's stomach.
He suffered from diabetes and gastric ulcers.
Definition of gastric from the Collins English Dictionary
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