simple stomach

simple stomach

[′sim·pəl ′stəm·ək]
(anatomy)
A stomach consisting of a single dilation of the alimentary canal, as found in humans, dogs, and many higher and lower vertebrates.
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Anderson says the problem for many women in diagnosing heart disease is that the symptoms may be easily dismissed as simple stomach pains.
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