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Insights into Imaging

, Volume 3, Issue 3, pp 247–250

First Online: 01 May 2012Received: 05 October 2011Revised: 11 February 2012Accepted: 19 March 2012

Abstract

We describe a systematic approach to the ultrasound US examination of the antropyloric region in children. US is the modality of choice for the diagnosis of hypertrophic pyloric stenosis HPS. The imaging features of the normal pylorus and the diagnostic findings in HPS are reviewed and illustrated in this pictorial essay. Common difficulties in performing the examination and tips to help overcome them will also be discussed.

Main Messages

• Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis is defined by thickening of the muscular layer and failure in relaxation of the pyloric canal.

• The main diagnostic criterion is a measurement of more than 3mm in thickness of the muscular layer.

• Abnormal elongation of the canal is characterised as greater than 12 mm in length.

KeywordsHypertrophic pyloric stenosis Ultrasound  Download fulltext PDF



Author: Sílvia Costa Dias - Sophie Swinson - Helena Torrão - Lígia Gonçalves - Svitlana Kurochka - Carlos Pina Vaz - Vasco Men

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