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Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis

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ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis

History: This is a 2 month old male, who was born at 29 weeks, now presents with a history of coffee ground emesis, weight loss, and concern for pyloric stenosis.

Findings: There is a long segment of increase muscular thickness with coaptation of the lumen of the pylorus. The length of the pyloric canal is 1.5 cm. This is greater than the 1.2cm normal length. The muscle thickness is .46cm which exceeds the greater than or equal to 3mm thickness of normal. During the study40 cc of water was instilled into the stomach, and no fluid was seen to pass through the pylorus.

Ddx: Pylorospasm

Exam: N/A

No MeSH data available.


There is a long segment of increase muscular thickness with coaptation of the lumen of the  pylorus.  The length of the pyloric canal is 1.5 cm.  This is greater than the 1.2cm normal length.  The muscle thickness is .46cm which exceeds the greater than or equal to 3mm thickness of normal.  During the study40 cc of water was instilled into the stomach, and no fluid was seen to pass through the pylorus.
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MPX1189_synpic16665: There is a long segment of increase muscular thickness with coaptation of the lumen of the pylorus. The length of the pyloric canal is 1.5 cm. This is greater than the 1.2cm normal length. The muscle thickness is .46cm which exceeds the greater than or equal to 3mm thickness of normal. During the study40 cc of water was instilled into the stomach, and no fluid was seen to pass through the pylorus.


Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis

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There is a long segment of increase muscular thickness with coaptation of the lumen of the  pylorus.  The length of the pyloric canal is 1.5 cm.  This is greater than the 1.2cm normal length.  The muscle thickness is .46cm which exceeds the greater than or equal to 3mm thickness of normal.  During the study40 cc of water was instilled into the stomach, and no fluid was seen to pass through the pylorus.
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MPX1189_synpic16665: There is a long segment of increase muscular thickness with coaptation of the lumen of the pylorus. The length of the pyloric canal is 1.5 cm. This is greater than the 1.2cm normal length. The muscle thickness is .46cm which exceeds the greater than or equal to 3mm thickness of normal. During the study40 cc of water was instilled into the stomach, and no fluid was seen to pass through the pylorus.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis

History: This is a 2 month old male, who was born at 29 weeks, now presents with a history of coffee ground emesis, weight loss, and concern for pyloric stenosis.

Findings: There is a long segment of increase muscular thickness with coaptation of the lumen of the pylorus. The length of the pyloric canal is 1.5 cm. This is greater than the 1.2cm normal length. The muscle thickness is .46cm which exceeds the greater than or equal to 3mm thickness of normal. During the study40 cc of water was instilled into the stomach, and no fluid was seen to pass through the pylorus.

Ddx: Pylorospasm

Exam: N/A

No MeSH data available.