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Pyloric stenosis Owner Factsheet

Contributor(s): Jennifer Hamlin, Claire Speight

A rare condition involving thickening at the outlet of the stomach, preventing digestion and absorption of nutrients needed to grow and thrive. Pyloric stenosis is usually fatal.
 
Stomach anatomy
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What is pyloric stenosis?

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What causes pyloric stenosis?

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What are the clinical signs of pyloric stenosis?

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How will my vet diagnose the problem?

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Can my rabbit be treated?

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Is there anything I can do to help?

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Can pyloric stenosis be prevented?

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