A RARE CASE OF DECOMPENSATED PYLORIC STENOSIS IN A 4-YEAR-OLD GIRL

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Abstract

A rare clinical case of decompensated acquired  pyloric stenosis  in a 4-year-old girl is presented. We demonstrated the feasibility of a laparoscopic gastric resection in this young age patient. There were no early and late post-operative complications. Excellent functional and cosmetic results of the surgery were achieved.

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D. A. Pykhteev

Moscow Regional Research and Clinical Institute

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Email: salta.70@mail.ru
Pykhteev Dmitriy A. – PhD, Chief of Department of Pediatric Surgery Russian Federation

Yu. Yu. Sokolov

Russian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Moscow

Email: salta.70@mail.ru
Sokolov Yuriy Yu. – MD, PhD, Professor, Head of Chair of Pediatric Surger Russian Federation

A. E. Mashkov

Moscow Regional Research and Clinical Institute

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Mashkov Aleksandr E. – MD, PhD, Professor, Head of Department of Pediatric Surgery Russian Federation

V. V. Slesarev

Moscow Regional Research and Clinical Institute

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Slesarev Vyacheslav V. – PhD, Senior Research Fellow, Department of Pediatric Surgery Russian Federation

A. V. Sigachev

Moscow Regional Research and Clinical Institute

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Sigachev Aleksandr V. – Research Fellow, Department of Pediatric Surgery Russian Federation

V. V. Gatsutsyn

Moscow Regional Research and Clinical Institute

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Gatsutsyn Vladimir V. – Assistant, Department of Pediatric Surgery Russian Federation

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Copyright (c) 2016 Pykhteev D.A., Sokolov Y.Y., Mashkov A.E., Slesarev V.V., Sigachev A.V., Gatsutsyn V.V.

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