Other forms of pyloric stenosis than the cancerous and the cicatricial are rare.
Sometimes with pyloric stenosis the stomach is reduced in size.
Trace in the first place the entire course of the intestinal tube from the pyloric extremity of the stomach down.
The darkened spots are due to pigmented matter, and this is generally most marked in the pyloric half of the stomach.
pyloric: referring to the posterior extremity of the chylific ventricle.
As a rule, in cases of pyloric stenosis the muscular coat of the stomach is hypertrophied.
In several families of Teleosts, on the other hand, there is no trace of these pyloric caeca.
This hypertrophy affects chiefly the muscle of the pyloric region.
This cessation has been attributed to reopening of the pyloric orifice by sloughing of the growth.
In the case reported by Nothngel tubules could be found only in the pyloric region of the stomach.
pyloric py·lor·ic (pī-lôr'ĭk, -pĭ-)
Relating to the pylorus.
pylorus py·lo·rus (pī-lôr'əs)
n. pl. py·lo·ri (-lôr'ī')
The passage at the lower end of the stomach that opens into the duodenum.
A muscular or myovascular structure that opens or closes an orifice or lumen of an organ.