Pyloric stenosis

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Pyloric Stenosis – Ultrasound

History: 3 week old baby boy with vomiting.  This is a classic case of pyloric stenosis, which is defined as idiopathic hypertrophy of the muscle that makes up the sphincter between the stomach and the first part of the duodenum, called the pylorus. Diagnostic features of pyloric stenosis on ultrasound includes a single wall thickness … Continue reading