The Pyloric Sphincteric Cylinder in Health and Disease
visitor since 1998/06/29


  1. Introduction
  2. Some Uncertain Concepts
  3. The Walls of the Stomach and Duodenum
  4. The Submucous Coat
  5. The Mucous Membrane or Mucosa
  6. Electrical Potential Difference at the Gastroduodenal Mucosal Junction
  7. Arteries, Veins, Lymphatics
  8. Nerves
  9. Regulatory Peptides
  10. Ultrasonography of Normal Anatomy
  11. Anatomy of the Pyloric Ring
  12. The Pylorus at Rest: Open or Closed?
  13. Radiographic Examination of Normal Motility
  14. The Pylorus at Gastroscopy
  15. Manometry at the Gastroduodenal Junction
  16. Myoelectric Activity at the Gastroduodenal Junction
  17. Ultrasonography of Pyloric Motility and Gastric Emptying
  18. Radionuclides in the Investigation of Gastric Emptying
  19. Gastric Tone and the Pyloric Sphincteric Cylinder
  20. Pylorospasm
  21. Congenital Anomalies
  22. Partial or Intramural Gastric Diverticulum
  23. Infantile Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis
  24. Adult Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis
  25. Focal Hypertrophy and Focal Spasm of the Pyloric Musculature in Adults
  26. Nausea, Retching and Vomiting
  27. Duodenogastric Reflux
  28. Gastritis and Erosions in the Pyloric Sphincteric Cylinder
  29. Gastric Ulceration and th Pyloric Sphincteric Cylinder
  30. Duodenal Ulceration and th Pyloric Sphincteric Cylinder
  31. Pyloroduodenal Fistula or Acquired Double Pylorus
  32. Gastro-oesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) and the Pyloric Sphincteric Cylinder
  33. Pyloric Carcinoma
  34. Malignant Lymphoma
  35. Malignancy at the Gastro-Oesophageal Junction
  36. Sessile Polyps in the Sphincteric Cylinder
  37. Diabetes Mellitus
  38. Prolapse of Gastric Mucosa into the Duodenum
  39. Acid Corrosive Injuries and the Pyloric Sphincteric Cylinder

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