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152 Possible Causes for High-Arched Palate (61%), Pyloric Hypertrophy

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  • Zellweger Syndrome

    palate 50% (4/8) 95% (35/37) present abnormal ears 50% (4/8) 98% (39/40) present high forehead present 97% (58/60) present neonatal seizures no 92% (56/61) 95% (36/38) neuronal[] Hepatomegaly, jaundice, pyloric hypertrophy, and severe hydronephrosis are common manifestations.[] […] mental retardation 86% (6/7) 100% (45/45) yes short upturned nose with low nasal bridge 75% (6/8) 100% (23/23) present micrognathia 63% (5/8) 100% (18/18) present Highly arched[]

  • Acquired Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis

    Primary hypertrophic pyloric stenosis in adults. Primary or idiopathic hypertrophy of the pyloric.[] Development of primary pyloric hypertrophy in adults in relation to the structure and function of the pyloric canal. Surg Gynecol Obstet. 1959;108(1):83-92.[] HIATUS HERNIA, PYLORIC MUSCLE HYPERTROPHY AND CONTRACTED ... 21.02.2013 · The incidence of a contracted prepyloric segment in cases of hiatus hernia in adults was determined[]

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  • Pyloric Stenosis

    The main presenting symptom of pyloric stenosis is projectile vomiting. Links: pyloric stenosis (infantile) pyloric stenosis (adult) pyloric hypertrophy (adult)[] The slow progression of pyloric hypertrophy likely contributed to the severe metabolic alkalosis identified on both occasions.[] […] stenosis is obstruction of the pyloric lumen due to pyloric muscular hypertrophy.[]

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  • Congenital Pyloric Stenosis

    Indeed, pyloric stenosis is characterized by a hypertrophy of circular fibers that would result in the narrowing and obstruction of the pyloric canal due to the compression[] Mucosal irritation leading to pyloric and antral spasm and then to muscular hypertrophy and obstruction is a possible explanation for the pathogenesis of the disease observed[] pyloric muscle.[]

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  • Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis

    It is characterized by pyloric muscle hypertrophy and hyperplasia.[] […] stenosis is obstruction of the pyloric lumen due to pyloric muscular hypertrophy.[] Abstract Infantile hypertrophic pyloric stenosis (IHPS) is a severe condition characterized by hypertrophy of the pyloric sphincter muscle.[]

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  • Pyloric Obstruction

    Both these hormones aggravate pyloric muscle contractions, and thereby pyloric hypertrophy.[] Tags Pediatric surgery Digestive tract Pyloric hypertrophy Related videos Surgical intervention 03:12 Laparoscopic treatment of hydatid cyst of the liver in pediatric patient[] Exploration revealed a dilated stomach, without any pyloric muscular hypertrophy, scarring, inflammation, or obstruction externally or intraluminally.[]

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  • Partial Pyloric Obstruction

    A ‘pyloric cervix sign’ has also been demonstrated and refers to the appearance of hypertrophied pyloric musculature in longitudinal section impinging upon a fluid filled[] pyloric muscle.[] Pyloric stenosis is the result of both hyperplasia and hypertrophy of the pyloric circular muscles fibers. The pathogenesis of this is not understood.[]

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  • Pylorospasm

    Hiatus hernia, pyloric muscle hypertrophy and contracted pyloric segment in adults. Amer J Roentg Rad Ther Nucl Med 1971, 113, 217–227. Google Scholar 18.[] Both these hormones aggravate pyloric muscle contractions, and thereby pyloric hypertrophy.[] The combination of congenital pyloric stenosis with subsequent working hypertrophy his currently most authors denied; apparently, spasm and stenosis combined with the very[]

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  • Moebius Syndrome

    palate (61%) tongue hypoplasia (77%), teeth defects (37%) Limb malformations Syndactyly, oligodactyly, brachydactyly, arthrogryposis, absent trapezius or pectoral muscles[] 2 ] Associated abnormalities [ 1 ] Orofacial dysmorphism Micrognathia (64% of patients), ocular hypertelorism (25%), epicanthal folds (89%), external ear defects (47%), high-arched[]

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  • Intestinal Pseudo-Obstruction

    Familial syndrome presenting with short small bowel, malrotation, and pyloric hypertrophy.[] hypertrophy, has been previously described.[] […] characterized by intestinal pseudoobstruction with morphological abnormalities of the argyrophil neurons in the myenteric plexus, associated with short small bowel, malrotation, and pyloric[]

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