pyloric stenosis


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pyloric stenosis

[pə′lȯr·ik stə′nō·səs]
(medicine)
Obstruction of the pyloric opening of the stomach due to hypertrophy of the pyloric sphincter.
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6 haemoglobin ratio before pyloric stenosis surgery.
2007) Current management of hypertrophic pyloric stenosis.
The common surgical anomalies of pylorus includes the pyloric stenosis which results due to gastric and duodenal hypertrophy and this can lead to the gastric outflow obstruction (Hoya et al.
6 higher risk of pyloric stenosis than breastfed babies.
Results: Frequency of pyloric stenosis in infants from 0 - 6 months 64.
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In one instance, Brady encountered a baby with pyloric stenosis soon after she had attended a class on this condition.
Washington, June 16 (ANI): Digestive tract disorder pyloric stenosis is more prevalent among twins and siblings, indicating that this is a genetic and inherited disorder, according to a study.
The malformations that occurred in infants who were exposed to sumatriptan in the first trimester included abnormal head circumference, single palmar crease, and systolic murmur; moderate craniosynostosis; cerebral abnormality with developmental delay; partial cleft lip; ventricular septal defects (4); biliary atresia; diaphragmatic hernia; pyloric stenosis (3); anterior displacement of anus; hip dysplasia; polydactyly; malformation of left hand; and Down syndrome (3).
The malformations that occurred in infants who were exposed to sumatriptan in the first trimester included abnormal head circumference, single palmar crease and systolic murmur; moderate craniosynostosis; cerebral abnormality with developmental delay; partial cleft lip; ventricular septal defects (4); biliary atresia; diaphragmatic hernia; pyloric stenosis (3); anterior displacement of anus; hip dysplasia; Polydactyly; malformation of left hand; and Down syndrome (3).
Gastric retention associated with acquired pyloric stenosis in a gelding.