Usually occurs following gastric and es...
Dumping syndrome is a clinical diagnosis based on typical symptoms following gastric surgery.
Symptom recognition is crucial, especially in patients with a history of gastric or esopha...
Dietary modification is the mainstay of treatment, and benefits most patients.
Low-carbohydrate, high-protein diet
Add dietary fiber.
Avoid milk and milk products.
Frequent small meals with mini...
Berg P, McCallum R. Dumping syndrome: a review of the current concepts of pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment.
Dig Dis Sci. 2016;61(1):11–18.
Diarrhea, Chronic; Hypoglycemia, Nondiabetic; Peptic Ulcer Disease
Algorithm: Diarrhea, Chronic
80193009 Postgastric surgery syndrome (disorder)
235666009 Early dumping syndrome
235667000 Late dumping syndrome
Dumping syndrome is well-described but often unrecognized following upper GI tract surgery.
Dumping syndrome is the most common cause for emergency room presentation after bariatric sur...
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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.