dumping syndrome (dump-ing) n. a group of symptoms that sometimes occur after stomach operations, particularly gastrectomy (postgastrectomy syndrome). After a meal, especially one rich in carbohydrate, the patient feels faint, weak, and nauseous, has a rapid pulse, and may sweat and become pale.
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