Nov 20, 2013 · Pyloric stenosis a rare digestive tract disorder in adults is caused due to the abnormal thickening of pyloric sphincter muscle. This is the muscle that 4.5/5(13). Aug 17, 2017 · Pyloric stenosis is not common. Certain babies are more prone to it than others. Things that put a baby at risk are: Sex. Male babies, especially first-born males, are more at risk than females.Author: Donna Christiano.
Some causes of adult pyloric stenosis include scarring from ulcers, a hiatal hernia, an inflammatory disease, or a mass in the abdomen, according to Mount Sinai Hospital. Pyloric stenosis occurs when the opening between the stomach and the intestines narrows and does not function properly. Symptoms include nausea, vomiting and dehydration. Idiopathic hypertrophic pyloric stenosis (IHPS) is a predominantly infantile disease. The adult type of IHPS is extremely rare but it has been well recognized since the 19 th century. We report a case of a 47-year-old male patient who presented with postprandial nausea and vomiting.Cited by: 1.
Adult idiopathic hypertrophic pyloric stenosis (AIHPS) was first described by Jean Cruveilhier in 1835. 1 It is a rare disease and presents in adult life as pyloric obstruction, without a history of vomiting in infancy or other gastrointestinal symptoms. Abdominal distention . Nov 20, 2013 · Secondary type of pyloric stenosis occurs as a consequence of a disease process. In some cases, the narrowing of the pyloric region is not due to 4.5/5(13).
The adult form of idiopathic hypertrophic pyloric stenosis (IHPS) is a rare entity with very few cases reported. Here we report a case of IHPS in an adult and review the diagnosis and management approaches as well as the latest advances in treatment approaches and future directions. A case of adult hypertrophic pyloric stenosis presented in an older female with no apparent predisposing factors which might be likely to precipitate the condition. There was a history of chronic dyspepsia and occasional episodes of vomiting.Cited by: 15.