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What Csuse Gastric Inverted
What does "severe'" gas-bloat after nissen fundoplication mean/look like? What causes gas-bloat after this surgery?
Can't burp: An effective nissen fundoplication provides a barrier to gastroesophageal reflux, but also a barrier to vomiting and burping since the lower esophageal sphincter no longer relaxes to let air (or other stomach contents) escape upward from your stomach. The air then accumulates in the stomach, resulting in gas and bloating until it can be evacuated into the small bowel. ...Read more
Bypass problems: Hard to answer without knowing your problems. Constipation would be from not drinking enough. Abdominal cramps, smelly stools/gas may be from bacterial overgrowth. Upper abdominal pain may be from an ulcer in your pouch. Left upper abd pain may be from an internal hernia. You should see your surgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
On PA & Lat chest images, besides achalasia, what else could cause the gastric bubble to be missing/unseen?
Normal xray: Either presence or absence of a "gastric bubble" on a chest Xray is entirely normal. If swallowed gas is in the stomach, usually a "bubble" is seen. If not, no bubble. That's all. When a gastric bubble is seen, its size and location might give a clue about achalasia or other conditions. But absence of a bubble on any particular xray is meaningless. ...Read more
Can be premenstrual: Signs and symptoms associated with premenstrual syndrome, mammary (breast) swelling, engorgement and pain. Some women who do not complain about premenstrual problems often notice some mammary congestion and/or pain on the days that precede menstruation. Can be detected on exam due to thickening of breast tissue. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Thickening at GE junction and nonulcer dyspepsia found on endoscopy.. What does this mean? Is it cancer? 31 yrs old doc said not worried about cancer
I had endoscopy and report shows lax les gastric muscosal prolapse & antral gastritis...Please explain me what problem is this and its severity?
What does gastric bypass nutritional evaluations mean? See it on my hospital http://www.Phoebeputney.Com/phoebecontentpage.Aspx?Nd=1628
Nutrition: Before someone as a GI bypass they are evaluated to see if they are a good candidate, i.e., will change eating habits afterward or the bypass will be for naught. After the bypass there is a need to make sure that the pt. Is getting proper nutrition. A nutritionist can be helpful w/all of this. Peace and good health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What's d best way to find, i'm having a hiatal hernia?Endoscopy normal.Freq belching, acid reflux, sensation behind breast bone, bloating, breathing prob.
Normal: Normal variance, sometimes a passing of a stone. ...Read more
Open stenosis: If there is stenosis and a bypass of small bowel to stomach not employed then a pyloroplasty performed. A vertical incision just above pylous extending to upper duodenum and about 5cm is created thru mucosa into muscular layer. It is then closed in a transverse direction where the top of the incision is brought midline to the lower incision opening the stenosis. ...Read more
If the esophagus has: Developed a stricture, either due to reflux, radiation or surgery then rubber or balloon dilators can be used during an egd to dilate the lumen. Its done under fluoroscopy to be safe. At times it may requre repeat procedures depending on the response and the severity of the disease. ...Read more
What does "Abnormal anterolateral wall ischemia" mean? Also indicated is V2-V6 depression... this is all very technical... can you explain please?
Heart disease: In short, the blood vessels in your heart are diseased and less than required blood is getting to the muscle of the heart. I trust that you are under the care of a doctor. Please be compliant with the instructions of your doctor. Wish you good health. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had endoscopy and report shows lax les gastric muscosal prolapse & antral gastritis....Please explain me what problem is this & its severity...?
You have: Inflammation of your stomach lining and though the report did not say , i bet you have some reflux or heartburn too because the valve all the very bottom of the esophagus is not tight like it should be so it is easier for contents of the stomach to flow into the esophagus than if it were tight. ...Read more
Sphincture failure: The failure of the sphincture at the bottom of the esophagus to prevent the return of food, acid, and liquid in the stomach from come back into the esophagus is the cause. The lining of the esophagus has symptoms (burning and pain) when exposed to the lower ph of the stomach acid. Additionally a hiatel hernis oftyen allows for acid reflux to occur. ...Read more
Fibrocystic breast conditioncan anyone please translate what causes it in normal non doctoral explaination, what to do?
It is benign conditi: Fibrocystic condition of the breast is caused by the cyclical hormone changes with each monthly period among younger women. Sometimes it causes significant pain, but most times it is silent. It is a benign condition that is why it is no longer called fibrocystic disease(an older term, no longer used). You do not need to do anything about it unless it is causing you any botheration/symptoms. ...Read more
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