A pathological stony size formed inside belly; gastric calculus.
A small rock based in the tummy of some reptiles, fish, and wild birds that supports digestion by assisting routine consumed meals product.
stones that are or happen held inside the digestive tract of an animal to assist in buoyancy or food-processing.
See Crab's eyes, under crab.
A gastric concretion or calculus; a stony concretion into the stomach; a bezoar; especially, among the concretions called crabs' eyes within the tummy of some crustaceans, while the crawfish. See attention, n., 12.