Tag: Achalasia Cardia

Pneumatic Dilation of Pylorus for Gastroparesis

Aster Hospital, Mankhool recently encountered the case of a young 25-year-old male patient, suffering from Achalasia Cardia. The patient had undergone laparoscopic Heller’s myotomy 3 years ago, which is a standard surgical procedure for this condition in which muscle fibers at the GE junction are divided. Continue reading “Pneumatic Dilation of Pylorus for Gastroparesis”