ESTENOSIS HIPERTROFICA DE PILORO PILORO es una estructura valvular que separa el estomago del duodeno normalmente mide hasta. ESTENOSIS HIPERTROFICA DEL PILORO DEFINICION.- Enfermedad evolutiva con hipertrofia e hiperplasia de la musculatura del píloro. En Pediatría, la más frecuente es la estenosis hipertrófica del píloro. El objetivo de este trabajo es mostrar la utilidad del ultrasonido (US) en el diagnóstico de.
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