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Hypertrophy of the Pyloric Muscle in Adults. An Analysis of 27 Cases

Hypertrophy of the Pyloric Muscle in Adults. An Analysis of 27 Cases Water-soluble contrast medium should be used the to study canal, narrowing of distal and antrum, occasionally by the stomach and duodenum where the is un¬ a notch diagnosis triangular extending interiorly from the mid portion and in the if duodenal of the narrowed canal. The certain, period a incidence of associated gastric· postoperative fistula is The alert facilitate lesions is concomitant ulcers in and suspected. radiologist high; occurred 74% may and if aware of this in 54%. If a causal exists between the early diagnosis surgical intervention gastritis relationship where or treatment can result muscle and the associated inadequate delayed hypertrophy lesions, however, entity, in a 75% to 90% the indirect evidence toward the ulcers and mortality. gastritis points as causes. rather than evidence favors sequels Accumulating of the Small Bowel with Ad- the that in some instances muscle Opacification Intravenously theory pyloric hyper¬ ministered Contrast Medium\p=m-\E.Salzman and T. Mc- a of the infantile disease. The trophy represents persistence Clintock between the bulk of the muscle disparity hypertrophied 80:748 and the extent of the of the distal of the Radiology (May) deformity part that latter is This describes the of the small bowel stomach the due to report opacification http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Hypertrophy of the Pyloric Muscle in Adults. An Analysis of 27 Cases

JAMA , Volume 184 (8) – May 25, 1963

Hypertrophy of the Pyloric Muscle in Adults. An Analysis of 27 Cases

Abstract

Water-soluble contrast medium should be used the to study canal, narrowing of distal and antrum, occasionally by the stomach and duodenum where the is un¬ a notch diagnosis triangular extending interiorly from the mid portion and in the if duodenal of the narrowed canal. The certain, period a incidence of associated gastric· postoperative fistula is The alert facilitate lesions is concomitant ulcers in and suspected. radiologist high; occurred 74% may and if aware of this in 54%....
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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1963 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
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10.1001/jama.1963.03700210139150
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Abstract

Water-soluble contrast medium should be used the to study canal, narrowing of distal and antrum, occasionally by the stomach and duodenum where the is un¬ a notch diagnosis triangular extending interiorly from the mid portion and in the if duodenal of the narrowed canal. The certain, period a incidence of associated gastric· postoperative fistula is The alert facilitate lesions is concomitant ulcers in and suspected. radiologist high; occurred 74% may and if aware of this in 54%. If a causal exists between the early diagnosis surgical intervention gastritis relationship where or treatment can result muscle and the associated inadequate delayed hypertrophy lesions, however, entity, in a 75% to 90% the indirect evidence toward the ulcers and mortality. gastritis points as causes. rather than evidence favors sequels Accumulating of the Small Bowel with Ad- the that in some instances muscle Opacification Intravenously theory pyloric hyper¬ ministered Contrast Medium\p=m-\E.Salzman and T. Mc- a of the infantile disease. The trophy represents persistence Clintock between the bulk of the muscle disparity hypertrophied 80:748 and the extent of the of the distal of the Radiology (May) deformity part that latter is This describes the of the small bowel stomach the due to report opacification

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: May 25, 1963

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