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Gastroenterology
   is the study of   
The Stomach
Blaise Pascal
   died in   
1662 aged 39 possibly from Tuberculosis or Stomach Cancer
mathematician and philosopher French
Stomach
   in Esperanto is   
Stomako, Abdomeno
Gastro
   means   
Stomach
Me Stomach Thought Me Throat Was Cut
   means   
I Ws Very Hungry
Gastritis
   affects the   
Stomach
Gastroenteritis
   affects the   
Stomach
Stomach and bowel
Rumen, Reticulum, Omasum, Absmasum
   are all   
Stomach Compartments of Ruminants
Mammals that chew their “cud” like cows have these 4 stomachs – four separate compartments - to aid in the complex digestive process.
Bread Basket
   means   
Stomach
Stomach
   in Maori is   
Puku
Pronunciation: u = oo as in moon
A Hippopotamus Has a Stomach 10 Feet Long.
   is   
True
Capable of holding 6 bushels of grass.
Hara Gatame
   is translated into English as   
Stomach Arm Lock
Formally known as Ude Hishigi Hara Gatame
Stomach
   in Macedonian is   
стомак
Stomach
   in Filipino is   
Tiyan
Gastroscope
   is used for   
Examining the Interior of the Stomach
Daffy Duck
   said   
"Yeah...as Cute As a Stomach Pump."
Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies cartoons
Stomach
   is/are part of the   
Digestive System
Gastroduodenal Artery
      
Supplies Blood to the Stomach
Left and Right Gastric Artery
      
Supplies Blood to the Lesser Curvature of the Stomach
Breadbasket
   means   
Stomach
Endothelin
   is secreted by the   
Stomach
Controls smooth muscle contraction of stomach
Ghrelin
   is secreted by the   
Stomach
Stimulates appetite
Histamine
   is secreted by the   
Stomach
Stimulates gastric acid secretion
Neuropeptide Y
   is secreted by the   
Stomach
Increases food intake and decreases physical activity
Gastrin
   is secreted by the   
Stomach
Stimulates the production of certain digestive enzymes like pepsin and promotes stomach contractions
Duamufet
   is the Egyptian   
Protection God of Canopic Jars (stomach)
Duamutef usually was shown on Sarcophagus and as cap of canopic jars as a jackal-headed man. Canopic jar (stomach and upper intestines)
The Lost Boys (1987)
   has the last line:   
“One Thing About Living in Santa Carla I Never Could Stomach, All the Damn Vampires.”






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