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YU pyloroplasty for the correction of chronic hypertrophic pyloric gastropathy in canines / Piloroplastia em Y-U para a correção da gastropatia hipertrófica pilórica crônica em caninos

Cruz, Thalita Priscila Peres Seabra da; Ruiz, Thaís; Campos, Wilma Neres da Silva; Azevedo, Ludmila Silva; Bicudo, Guilherme de Andrade; Néspoli, Pedro Brandini; Souza, Roberto Lopes de.
Acta sci. vet. (Online); 44(supl): 01-05, 2016. ilus
Artigo em Português | VETINDEX | ID: vti-13568


Background: One of the causes of delay gastric emptying is the chronic hypertrophic pyloric gastropathy, unusual disease that can occur in acquired or congenital form. It is characterized by hypertrophy of the antral mucosa, by thickening of the muscular layer, or by hyperplasia of the pylorus. The animals are presented with a history of chronic intermittent vomiting. Treatment is based on surgical correction through techniques such as pyloromyotomy or transverse or Y-U pyloroplasty. Thus, the aim was report three cases of pyloric stenosis by hypertrophy in dogs of the breeds, Fila Brasileiro, English Bull Terrier and American Pitbull Terrier, emphasizing the diagnosis and therapy instituted. Cases: All animals in this study reached the Veterinary Hospital of the Federal University of Mato Grosso with a history of chronic intermittent vomiting. The findings of physical and laboratory examinations in all animals were unspecific, with those important to rule out other causes of vomiting. Contrast radiographic evaluation revealed marked stomach distension and delayed gastric emptying, indicated gastric outflow obstruction. In one case, a video endoscopy was performed. The images reveal hyperemia of the gastric mucosa with small areas of bleeding around the stomach. It was observed intense production of gastric juice and the presence of the same reflux. In the pyloric antrum [...](AU)
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