What is Pyloroplasty? complications, Risks, destroys the pyloric sphincter.

Pyloroplasty

Pyloroplasty is the surgical procedure which performed on a narrowed or thickened pylorus some time on a normal pylorus, in pyloroplasty your surgeon widening the opening at the bottom of the stomach also known as the pylorus that is the opening between the stomach and duodenum. Pyloroplasty also known as completely destroys the pyloric sphincter, after pyloroplasty allowing food to passing more easily from the stomach into the duodenum.

Risks

most common complications after the Pyloroplasty include

  • Reactions to medications

  • Damage to the intestine

  • Leakage of stomach contents

  • Bile reflux

  • Hernia

  • Blood clots

  • Infection

  • Long-term diarrhea

  • Malnutrition

  • Mucosal perforation

  • Recurrence of gastric ulcer

Author: Dr. vivek saini

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