The authors review the typical findings seen on upper gastrointestinal x-ray series and abdominal ultrasonography. Cost-effective imaging approach to the nonbilious vomiting infant. Ultrasonographic diagnosis criteria using scoring for hypertrophic pyloric stenosis. Cost-effectiveness in diagnosing infantile hypertrophic pyloric stenosis.
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The Superior Mesenteric Artery Syndrome SMAS is an unusual acquired clinical entity, produced by compression of the third duodenal portion by the superior mesenteric artery SMA , resulting in duodenal obstruction.
The incidence is not well known, as it is an under-diagnosed entity. Its clinical spectrum is wide and non specific, which makes it difficult to diagnose. We describe a patient, who consulted with pyloric syndrome. Gastrointestinal endoscopy revealed a lesion on the minor curvature, Bormann III type; it is also found a dilated second portion of the duodenum. We perform an upper gastrointestinal barium study, finding duodenal dilatation of the first and second portions and obstruction of the third.
Double contrast abdominopelvic CT revealed duodenal obstruction caused by trapping of duodenal third portion between SMA and aorta.
The diagnostic was SMAS, which was confirmed by sagittal reconstruction imaging which demonstrated the acute angle of branching of the SMA.
La incidencia es poco conocida pues constituye una entidad subdiagnosticada. About Bioline.
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[Analysis of Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis: Size Does Matter]
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Objectives: To analyze the correlation between pyloric size and evolution of patients surgically treated for infantile hypertrophic pyloric stenosis IHPS. Also, It was not observed correlation between pyloric thickness and length and GERD. However, it has not been observed regarding the pyloric muscle thickness. Keywords: Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis; Postoperative emesis; Ultrasounds.
Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis: clinical, radiographic and sonographic characterization. Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis is a common condition in infants with 2 - 12 weeks of postnatal life. The cause of this disease remains obscure. Clinical diagnosis is based on the history of projectile, nonbilious vomiting, gastric hyperperistalsis and a palpable pyloric "tumor".