- Relatively uncommon, occurs most frequently in children after blunt abdominal trauma
- May also occur as a complication of endoscopy
- Diagnosis difficult as symptoms often delayed
- Often resolves spontaneously with NG tube placement, enteral rest, IVF, and pain control
- Gastric outlet or intestinal obstruction
- Acute pancreatitis
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