Correlapaedia - a Correlative Encyclopedia of Pediatric Imaging, Surgery, and Pathology: Case 56
Three lateral spot films from an upper GI at 4 weeks of age show delayed passage of barium out of the stomach due to a thickened and elongated pylorus. Pyloric muscle shouldering on the antrum was noted, along with an antral teat. A train track sign of barium in the pyloric channel was also noted. The differential diagnosis was pyloric stenosis vs. gastritis.
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