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Gastric motility disorders in children with co-exiting pathology of esophagus and organs of gastroduodenal area

SOVREMENNAYA PEDIATRIYA.2019.1(97):30-33; doi 10.15574/SP.2019.97.30

Kirianchuk N. V.
V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine

Objective — to study gastric motility in children with co-exiting pathology of esophagus and organs of gastroduodenal area.

Material and methods. 57 children aged from 12 to 17 years with co-exiting pathology of esophagus and organs of gastroduodenal area were observed. Diagnosis was verified by upper endoscopy. For studying gastric motility electrogastrography was carried out.

Results. Hypokinetic gastric motility disorder exceeds (p<0.05) hyperkinetic in children with co-exiting pathology of esophagus and organs of gastroduodenal area. Incidence of hypokinetic gastric motility disorders is higher (p<0.5) in children with GERD with affection of mucous membrane of esophagus in compare to children with GERD with normal mucous membrane of esophagus. Incidence of hypokinetic dyskinesia of stomach depends on excessiveness of inflammation of mucous membrane of stomach and duodenum.

Conclusions. Research shows that children with chronic gastroduodenal pathology need correction of motility of stomach for prevention of GERD.

Key words: GERD, gastroduodenal pathology, children, gastric motility.

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Article received: Oct 15, 2018. Accepted for publication: Feb 12, 2019.