Advances in mechanisms of postsurgical gastroparesis syndrome and its diagnosis and treatment.

@article{Dong2006AdvancesIM,
  title={Advances in mechanisms of postsurgical gastroparesis syndrome and its diagnosis and treatment.},
  author={Ke Dong and Xiao Jiong Yu and Bo Li and Er Gang Wen and Wei Xiong and Quan Lin Guan},
  journal={Chinese journal of digestive diseases},
  year={2006},
  volume={7 2},
  pages={76-82}
}
Postsurgical gastroparesis syndrome (PGS) is a complex disorder characterized by post-prandial nausea and vomiting, and gastric atony in the absence of mechanical gastric outlet obstruction, and is often caused by operation at the upper abdomen, especially by gastric or pancreatic resection, and sometimes also by operation at the lower abdomen, such as gynecological or obstetrical procedures. PGS occurs easily with oral intake of food or change in the form of food after operation. These… CONTINUE READING
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