Gastric outlet obstruction

Last revised by Calum Worsley on 03 Jan 2023

Gastric outlet obstruction, also referred to as pyloric obstruction, occurs when a disease or condition blocks the normal emptying of the stomach.

Pathology

Etiology

Gastric outlet obstruction can be due to malignant or benign causes.

Malignant
Benign

See also

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Cases and figures

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  • Case 8: gastric antral adenocarcinoma
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  • Case 11: due to gastric balloon
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