Gastric outlet obstruction

What is Gastric outlet obstruction?

Gastric outlet obstruction (GOO, also known as pyloric obstruction) is not a single entity; It is the clinical and pathophysiological consequence of any disease process that produces a mechanical impediment to gastric emptying.

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specimen endoscopy fragments of greyish white tissue together measuring 1.1*0.7*0.5 cm microcopic exam section shows fragments of gastric mucosa...

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I had undergone Upper G I endoscopy showing gastric outlet obstruction. Is it mandatory or needed to undergo Barium study or CECT abdomen to re...

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Endoscopy alone is...

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I often experience of fullness when eating in my esophagus and feel like I cannot eat anymore, but my stomach feels empty even hours later like I...

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These symptoms are suggestive of early satiety which is feeling of fullness even before completion of meals....

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