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Pyloric stenosis in infant 

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Liver and Digestive System Anatomy

medical illustration of Newborn infant with pyloric stenosis. In pyloric stenosis, the muscles in this part of the stomach enlarge, narrowing the opening of the pylorus and eventually preventing food from moving from the stomach to the intestine.
Next medical illustration of Cutaway view of anatomy of the mouth featuring salivary glands, oral and lingual musculature, teeth and support structures.

Anatomy of the mouth region

Newborn infant with pyloric stenosis. In pyloric stenosis, the muscles in this part of the stomach enlarge, narrowing the opening of the pylorus and eventually preventing food from moving from the stomach to the intestine.

Keywords: Airbrush, Color, Patient Education, Web, Anatomy, Gastroenterology, General Medicine, Pediatrics

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