Pyloric stenosis treatments in infants

Pediatrician Dan Thomas, MD Gastroenterology & Nutrition, shares advice for parents on how infant pyloric stenosis is most commonly treated
Pyloric Stenosis Treatments In Infants
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Pyloric stenosis treatments in infants

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Pyloric stenosis is a very common problem in babies. It's the most common reason that an infant, under the age of six months, would undergo abdominal surgery. Most pediatricians or caregivers, know what this is.

Pediatrician Dan Thomas, MD Gastroenterology & Nutrition, shares advice for parents on how infant pyloric stenosis is most commonly treated

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Dan Thomas, MD

Pediatrician, Gastroenterology & Nutrition, Children's Hospital Los Angeles

Dr. Dan Thomas is the Head of the Division of Gastroenterology and Nutrition, and Medical Director of Liver and Small Bowel Transplantation at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Dr. Thomas presently serves on the Editorial Review Board of Pediatrics in Review and is on the Committee on Nutrition of the American Academy of Pediatrics. His primary clinical and academic interests include the care and study of children with congenital or acquired intestinal, pancreatic and hepatobiliary disorders.

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