Pylorospasm in infants
All the happy parents after feeding their newborn member of the family noticed that after eating, small amounts of food spewed from the body of the crumbs. This phenomenon is short-term and quite normal for infants. However, in some cases, you can see that the food goes out in large quantities or the syndrome does not go away with time. A similar anomaly is called pylorospasm and can be dangerous to the health of the baby. In this case, you should contact a specialist for diagnostic procedures to promptly begin treatment.
Pylorospasm is a muscular spasm of the narrowest part of the stomach called the gatekeeper. When abnormal blocking occurs, food digested in the stomach can not pass into the upper intestine for further absorption of nutrients. As a result, all the work of the gastrointestinal tract is disrupted, and in the future the whole organism.
Pylorospasm in children occurs quite often in infancy, most newborns are exposed to boys. The etiology of the onset of the disease has not been thoroughly studied, but experts identify several possible causes that can cause the appearance of pathology:
1. Lack of oxygen during the intrauterine formation of the central nervous system of the fetus.