associated with peptic ulcer: a clinicopathological analysis of 158 surgically treated cases.
due to gastric tuberculosis – An endoscopic diagnosis.
Supernumerary pyloric pancreas and pyloric obstruction
. Br J Surg 1963; 50: 787-790.
The most common findings include a filling defect or mass in the duodenum, a gallstone in the duodenum, duodenal or pyloric obstruction
, cholecystoduodenal fistula, and pneumobilia.
due to gastric tuberculosis: An endoscopic diagnosis.
In January 1881, Billroth's chief assistant, Anton Wolfler, a 30 year old Czech, called his chief to see a 43 year old housewife, Frau Therese Heller, who had all the clinical features of a malignant tumour producing pyloric obstruction
. Her symptoms dated back to October of the previous year and by now she was continuously vomiting, wasted, bed-ridden and with a thin rapid pulse.
Most serious problems associated with feeding tubes are preventable and include pyloric obstruction
from tube migration, leakage, fasciaitis, and wound infection.|9-11~ These complications can rapidly result in significant morbidity and unnecessary discomfort for the resident if the cause is not determined and if corrective actions are not instituted quickly.
Mucosal disruption Peptic ulcer disease Pyloric obstruction
Bowel obstruction Rupture jejunal diverticula Surgery Endoscopy Biliary stent perforation Sclerotherapy Intracatheter jejunostomy tube Blunt abdominal trauma Trauma of child abuse Hirshsprung disease Crohn disease Ulcerative colitis Systemic amyloidosis 3.
The complications of the Rapunzel syndrome ranges from attacks of incomplete pyloric obstruction
to complete obstruction of the bowel, perforation of bowel leading to peritonitis and mortality.3,7 Trichobezoars with small bowel extensions may produce other complications, namely bleeding, perforation, protein losing enteropathies, steatorrhoea, pancreatitis, appendicitis, and intussusceptions.3,6,7
Vomiting was both spontaneous and induced type, frequency was 2-3 times per day and frequency gradually increased as the pyloric obstruction
Covered versus uncovered self- expandable metallic stents for palliation of malignant pyloric obstruction
in gastric cancer patients: a randomized, prospective study.
by a phytobezoar following a pyloroplasty and vagotomy.