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Pyloroplasty—Child
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Pyloroplasty—Child Usage

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Reasons for Procedure

The pylorus sphincter can become narrowed. The condition is called pyloric stenosis . It can cause severe symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting, and dehydration . Children can develop pyloric stenosis early in life, often by the age of 12 weeks. Pyloric stenosis is a serious condition. Pyloroplasty is often necessary to treat it.

 
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