"Visceral dilation, gastric ulcer at incisura angularis and normal pylorus: von Presser syndrome"
Alcino Lázaro da Silva
Working with the chloridropeptic ulcer, both duodenal and gastric ulcers, I would say that we have gained considerable experience. Over the years, we must not forget that everything happened in the pre-blocking stage of acid secretion era of the stomach; so, the chapter of chloridropptic ulcers today is mostly clinical.
Occasionally we found a clinical and surgical picture with gastrectase, gastric ulcer and pyloric stenosis. During the operation we observed visceral dilation, gastric ulcer located at the level of the incisura angularis and, surprisingly, normal pylorus, despite the radiography, suggesting stenosis.
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