Finney pyloroplasty


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pyloroplasty

 [pi-lor´o-plas″te]
plastic surgery of the pylorus, especially for pyloric stricture, to provide a larger communication between the stomach and duodenum.
Finney pyloroplasty enlargement of the pyloric canal by establishment of an inverted U-shaped anastomosis between the stomach and duodenum after longitudinal incision.
Heineke-Mikulicz pyloroplasty enlargement of a pyloric stricture by incising the pylorus longitudinally and suturing the incision transversely.

Fin·ney py·lo·ro·plas·ty

(fin'ē),
a long, full-thickness incision from the duodenum, through the pylorus, and proximally into the gastric antrum, with a C-shaped closure to provide a wider opening between stomach and duodenum.

Finney,

John M.T., U.S. surgeon, 1863-1942.
Finney gastroduodenostomy
Finney gastroenterostomy
Finney operation - gastroduodenostomy which creates, by the technique of closure, a large opening to ensure free emptying from the stomach.
Finney pyloroplasty - operation to provide a wider opening between stomach and duodenum.

pyloroplasty

plastic surgery of the pylorus, especially for pyloric stricture, to provide a larger communication between the stomach and duodenum.

Finney pyloroplasty
enlargement of the pyloric canal by establishment of an inverted U-shaped anastomosis between the stomach and duodenum after longitudinal incision.
Fredet-Ramstedt pyloroplasty
Heineke-Mikulicz pyloroplasty
enlargement of a pyloric stricture by incising the pylorus longitudinally and suturing the incision transversely.
Y-U antral advancement flap pyloroplasty
an antral flap is created and advanced over the incision through the pylorus.