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YU Pyloroplasty for the Correction of Chronic Hypertrophic Pyloric Gastropathy in Canines

Background: Chronic hypertrophic pyloric gastropathy, unusual disorder that can be present in inherited or congenital form, is one of the causes of delay gastric emptying. Cases: The aim of this research, according to Fila Brasileiro, English Bull Terrier, and American Pitbull Terrier, was to establish three cases of pyloric stenosis in dogs of the breeds, with emphasis on the diagnosis and therapy that were ongoing intermittent vomiting. Contrast radiographic examination revealed stomach distension and prolonged gastric emptying, indicating gastric outflow obstructions. After the surgical procedure without vomiting, the dog came out of hunger, and he saw the light before food. An average of three to four days post-surgical discharged with orders to keep antibiotic therapy for ten days and light diet. The patients recovered for removal of skin spots on the fifteenth day of surgery, with good general health and satisfactory healing. Discourse: The surgical procedure used, pyloroplasty Y-U, reduces clinical signs in all these cases, as demonstrated by the absence of vomiting in the post-operative period. In all cases, it was possible to demonstrate with just three cases that the pyloroplasty Y-U proved to be a simple and effective treatment of hypertrophic stenosis with a positive prognosis.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.22456/1679-9216.83122


Heineke-Mikulicz pyloroplasty for isolated pyloric stricture caused by corrosive ingestion in children

Children's corrosive ingestion is a common problem in low income countries. Acid complication is known, and gastric outlet obstruction is the primarystay of therapy, and surgery is the most common treatment option. Depending on the affected portion of the stomach and experience of the surgeon, there are a slew of surgical solutions for these restrictions. Here we feature three cases of children who mistakenly ingested acid stored in soda bottles and later introduced specific pyloric restrictions. These cases were recorded between August 2018 and April 2019 at our Karachi, Pakistan's tertiary care hospital. Following corrosive ingestion, the three patients' first latent period of one to two weeks, after which signs of gastric outlet obstruction appeared, and gastrologic outlet obstruction appeared. Both three children had normal esophagus and antrum, but they were left scarred and stringent in pylorus. Pyloroplasty was performed in these cases without complications and the outcomes were clear. Heineke-Mikulicz pyloroplasty was performed in these cases without complications, and the results were positive. Pak J Med Sci, Inc. J Med Sci, Pak J Med Sci. ICON 2020 – the special supplement.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.12669/pjms.36.icon-suppl.1714


557-P: Gastric Electrical Neurostimulation Combined with Pyloroplasty for Refractory Diabetic Gastroparesis Improves Subjective and Objective Outcomes

Background: Gastric electrical stimulation improves symptoms in diabetic gastroparesis refractory to medical therapies, but does not improve gastric emptying. PPs had GES with DM patients with 16. 6 years of DM. TSS improved after a mean follow-up of 17 months post-surgery was 62% vs. , while nearly 70% of patients improved TTS by 60%. If pyloric ICC was 10/HPF, patients with a 10% ICC had a 64% decrease in TSS vs. 41 percent. Conclusion: Patients treated by combining GES and PP show significant symptomatic improvement with accelerated and often normalized GE. Patients with depleted pyloric ICC were the most improved, emphasizing the main role of the pylorus in GP and explaining why adding PP to GES addresses the specific pathophysiological difficulties in severe diabetic GP.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2337/db20-557-p


P-OGC73 Effect of pyloroplasty on the need for endoscopic intervention for delayed gastric emptying post oesophagectomy

During oesophagectomy with gastric conduit reconstruction in lowering DGE, controversy persists about the role of pyloric drainage methods during oesophagectomy. This report investigated the effect of pyloroplasty at the time of oesophagectomy on the desire for endoscopic pyloric intervention post-operatively. Patients were divided into two groups, with those that had pyloroplasty performed at oesophagectomy relative to those who did not. Patients who died 30 days after oesophagectomy were excluded from analysis. Patients undergoing Ivor-Lewis oesophagectomy were significantly more likely to have undergone pyloroplasty. After oesophagectomy, patients without a pyloroplasty were significantly more likely to need endoscopic pyloric balloon dilatation or pyloric botox injection. Conclusions In this research, patients who underwent pyloroplasty at the time of oesophagectomy were significantly less likely to require endoscopic pyloric balloon dilatation and/or pyloric botox injection post-operatively.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/bjs/znab430.201


Evaluation of Pyloroplasty repair by Single layer Simple Interrupted Extra Mucosal technique in Dogs

A pyloroplasty technique was introduced in this paper by using a single layer, creating a single layer with a single interrupted extra-mucosal suture pattern on a pyloric region in dogs. Using a combination of 15 million mg/kg B. W. , nine adult dogs were used to cause longitudinal surgical incision in the pyloric region under general anesthesia. parachloride ketamine hydrochloride 5% and 5 mg/kg B. W Xylazine hydrochloride 2%. The conclusion revealed that a single layer simple interrupted extra mucosal suture pattern technique can be used effectively in repairing dog's pyloric stenosis.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.30539/iraqijvm.v41i1.76


Innovations in Gastroparesis Treatment (from Pyloroplasty to Per Oral Pyloromyotomy)

Over the past two decades, gastroparesis's health care costs and use have increased. This essay explores the complexities of gastroparesis, the timing of the development of the peroral pyloromyomyotherapy therapy, a review of the literature, and the indications and details of the procedure itself.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1055/s-0041-1723803


712 Gastric Emptying Procedure in Oesophagectomy: Meta-Analysis of Surgical Pyloroplasty vs Nil Intervention

Abstract pyloroplasty is used to reduce the incidence of delayed gastric emptying. The aim of this meta-analysis is to compare the incidences of delayed gastric emptying, anastomotic leak, respiratory difficulties, the need for further pyloric intervention, and mortality in patients undergoing pyloroplasty following oesophagectomy and those who do not. Following oesophagectomy, the first group had no drainage treatment, while the second group underwent a drainage procedure. Conclusions The surgical pyloric drainage procedures do not produce improved outcomes for patients undergoing oesophagectomy, nor does omitting the procedure worsens the results.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/bjs/znab134.569


Effect of pyloroplasty on gastric emptying: Long term results as obtained with a labelled test meal 14–43 months after operation

In 18 patients more than a year after gastrc surgery for peptic ulcer and compared to those in 18 healthy controls, the mean gastric transit time and the half-time of gastric emptying of a branded test meal have been investigated. PGV alone did not differ significantly from the control group's values. The t and t2 of patients with PGV alone did not differ significantly from the control group's norms. Patients after PGVP and TVP were significantly lower than those who were not followed and patients after PGV alone.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1002/bjs.1800650108


Pyloroplasty alone in the management of patients with a negative exploration for duodenal ulcer

Abstract If a preoperative diagnosis of duodenal ulcer at laparotomy is not confirmed at laparotomy, an exploratory pyloroduotomy can be dismissed as a pyloroplasty without including a vaguation section. These patients experienced recurrent ulcer symptoms for the first time in a mean follow-up period of 3 1/2 years, which in 4 patients ot date have been successfully treated by vagotomy. Patients with ulcerous symptoms should therefore be questioned about the possibility of using pyloroplasty without vagotomy in patients with ulcer-related ulcer symptoms.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1002/bjs.1800591010


Anterior lesser curve seromyotomy and posterior truncal vagotomy versus truncal vagotomy and pyloroplasty in the treatment of chronic duodenal ulcer

Anterior curve seromyotomy in 146 patients with chronic duodenal ulcer disease with a median duration of symptoms of 7 years has been compared to a prospective randomized controlled clinical trial of anterior truncal vaping. After AMPT than TVP, recurrent ulcers were more common. Dumping and diarrhoea were both more common after TVP, with 31 cases as opposed to eight with AMPT. AMPT is associated with a reduced risk of dumping and diarrhoea, as well as higher overall Visick grading, according to the results of this survey.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1002/bjs.1800770917

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