hiatus hernia

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Synonyms for hiatus hernia

hernia resulting from the protrusion of part of the stomach through the diaphragm

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Since then he has had continuing problems with the hiatus hernia and an incisional hernia gained during the surgery, which he believes should have been dealt with when initially diagnosed.
The presence of hiatus hernia (as a condition favoring GERD), esophagitis, and Barrett's esophagus was noted.
3%) of the subjects with hiatus hernia also presented with abdominal pain.
Stomach pains last days Retired credit manager Edson Chace, 74, lives in Portsmouth Abdomen exam: Normal Diagnosis: Reflux disease or hiatus hernia - requires further tests Edson says: I suffer from excessive burping about an hour after eating.
Iatrogenic paraesophageal hiatus hernia," The Annals of Thoracic Surgery, vol.
Bochdalek Hernia is the commonest type of CDH, occurs in utero at approximately 6 weeks of gestation, followed by Morgagni hernia and Hiatus hernia.
Measurement of gastroesophagela reflux in the evaluation of hiatus hernia and chest pain in fliers.
Ex-chip shop owner Brian, 58, was referred to the hospital by his GP in November, told he had a stomach bug and hiatus hernia and sent home.
Among all complications described in literature, hiatus hernia remains one of the most uncommon with only a few cases reported.
Although IDA is a recognised complication of hiatus hernia, there are few published data regarding the incidence and outcome of severe, transfusion-dependent IDA in patients with PH (as opposed to mild anaemia not requiring treatment).
3) Hiatus hernia, obesity, and presence of helicobacter pylori in the gastrointestinal tract are some of the risk factors for BE.
Sandifer synsdrome was described by Kinsbourne in 1964 for the first time in five children in whom different head and neck movements related with hiatus hernia were observed.
Unfortunately my hiatus hernia wouldn't survive a belly flop" - TV chef Antony Worrall Thompson on why he did not take part in ITV diving show Splash
Iatrogenic diaphragmatic hernias are uncommon, with a handful of cases reported following hiatus hernia repair and oesophagectomy [4].