Gastric antral web

Gastric antral webs are a ring of mucosa in the distal stomach (gastric antrum) that can lead to gastric outlet obstruction. A circumferential ring of mucosa has also been termed a "gastric antral diaphragm".

Gastric antral webs are rare. There is an association with trisomy 21 and immunodeficiency syndromes.

Fluoroscopy
  • smooth, thin narrowing of the gastric antrum, ~2 cm from the pylorus
  • if the web is large, it may result in the appearance of a "double duodenum"

The web may lead to gastric outlet obstruction. Symptomatic webs may be removed with upper endoscopy 3.

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rID: 38622
Section: Pathology
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Gastric antral webs
  • Gastric antral diaphragm
  • Gastric antral web

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