Pyloromyotomy (Pediatric)76460
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Pyloric stenosis is a disease in the outlet of stomach, in which the pylorus is abnormally narrow. The large muscle layers in the pyloric sphincter that cause the stenosis and how it affects an infant’s ability to digest food are depicted, along with key steps of a pyloromyotomy procedure to reduce the narrowed pylorus.