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One of the most common infantile stomach disorders requiring surgical intervention.
What is Pylorus Stenosis?The difference is stomach output shortage, which means that the muscular tissue of the stomach outlet is thickened, preventing the diet from moving from the stomach to the small intestine. Most often the change occurs between 2 weeks and 2 months, the cause of which is unknown.