Usually occurs following gastric and es...
Dumping syndrome is a clinical diagnosis based on typical symptoms following gastric surgery.
History of gastric or esophageal surgery
Early dumping symptoms are primarily GI.
Dietary modification is the mainstay of treatment.
Low-carbohydrate, high-protein diet
Add dietary fiber.
Avoid milk and milk products.
Frequent small meals with minimal liquid
Drink liquids be...
Banerjee A, Ding Y, Mikami DJ, et al. The role of dumping syndrome in weight loss after gastric bypass surgery. Surg Endosc. 2013;27(5):1573–1578. [View Abstract on OvidMedlin...
Diarrhea, Chronic; Hypoglycemia, Nondiabetic; Peptic Ulcer Disease
Algorithm: Diarrhea, Chronic
80193009 Postgastric surgery syndrome (disorder)
235666009 Early dumping syndrome
235667000 Late dumping synd...
Dumping syndrome is a well-known but underrecognized complication of upper GI tract surgery.
Dumping syndrome is the most common cause for emergency room presentation after bariatric su...
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<bold>Fig GI 10-10 Peptic ulcer disease.</bold> (A) Large incisura (black arrow) simulating a filling defect on the greater curvature. The incisura is incited by a long ulcer (white arrows) on the lesser curvature. (B) Double pylorus. The true pylorus and the accessory channel along the lesser curvature are separated by a bridge, or septum, that produces the appearance of a discrete lucent filling defect (arrow).
<bold>Fig GI 10-10 Peptic ulcer disease.</bold> (A) Large incisura (black arrow) simulating a filling defect on the greater cu...
<bold><italic>Figure 15-14</bold> Perforated peptic ulcer of stomach.</bold>
Gastric ulcer. The stomach has been opened to reveal a sharply demarcated, deep peptic ulcer on the lesser curvature.
Duodenal ulcer. A sharply punched-out peptic ulcer of the duodenum is situated immediately below the pylorus.