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Vomiting In Infants - Pyloric Stenosis (Q&A)

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Published on Apr 3, 2013

Sometimes, continuous vomiting in infants can be a sign of a more serious condition called pyloric stenosis, a condition where the outlet of the stomach becomes swollen and breast milk and food cannot pass. Dr. Jeff Lukish is a Johns Hopkins pediatric general surgeon at Howard County General Hospital, who specializes in minimally invasive surgery in children. Visit hcgh.org for more information. For an appointment, call 410-502-6649.

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