microgastria


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microgastria

[¦mī·krō′gas·trē·ə]
(medicine)
A condition of abnormal smallness of the stomach.
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Prenatally, at 23 weeks' gestation, microgastria without polyhydramnios was detected and a suspicion of type III esophageal atresia was suggested.
His medical history included diagnosis of Sandifer syndrome, scoliosis requiring 3 spinal surgeries, microgastria, and hiatal hernia repair, and most recently, laparoscopic cholecystectomy (7 weeks prior).
Patients often exhibit congenital anomalies that include limb defects; reduction deformity of the arms and forearms; no digits or missing digits on the hands; reduction deformity of the legs; hind legs; no digits or missing digits on the feet; spinal dysraphism; congenital diaphragmatic hernia; lung hypoplasia or lung agenesis; thoracopagus; micrognathia; microgastria; craniostenostosis; anal atresia or anal stenosis; hypoplasia; and, polysplenia.