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Research article - Peer-reviewed, 2020

Jaboulay gastroduodenostomy for pyloric obstruction after corrosive ingestion

Supangat; Nugraha, Muhammad Yuda; Lundqvist, Peter


Strong acid accidental ingestion is a common case in rural society and children. The effect of strong acids may cause injuries of the gastrointestinal tract. We present a case obstruction in the distal part of gastric after accidental sulfuric acid ingestion in children. Sulfuric acid ingestion is potential in children since its commercial product physical appearance looks like drink water. Then the patient was diagnosed with pyloric obstruction after barium meal examination and was treated using Jaboulay gastroduodenostomy procedure.


Corrosive; Obstruction; Pyloric

Published in

Journal of Pediatric Surgery Case Reports
2020, volume: 63, article number: 101672

Authors' information

Jember University
Nugraha, Muhammad Yuda
Jember University
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of People and Society

UKÄ Subject classification

Gastroenterology and Hepatology

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