gastric fundus


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gastric fundus

that part of the stomach to the left and above the level of the entrance of the esophagus.
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Gastric bypass and sleeve surgery circumvents the part of the stomach called the gastric fundus, which produces ghrelin.
Longitudinal smooth muscle strips, 2 cm in length and 2-3 mm in width, were prepared from the gastric fundus.
6,7) In case reports, hepatic involvement has also been associated with masses found in the gastric fundus and distal esophagus.
At endoscopic removal, two were found to be in the lower oesophagus and adherent to five in the gastric fundus.
In gastric artery embolisation, an interventional radiologist threads a catheter up (or down, depending on her entry point) to the left gastric artery and deposits a slew of tiny beads to reduce the flow of blood to the gastric fundus, the upper part of the stomach.
In our prior work, which showed that this procedure may be as effective as bariatric surgery in curbing hunger, we realized that precise delivery into the gastric fundus was critical.
The beads cut off part of the blood supply to the upper part of the stomach, called the gastric fundus.
The pylorus and antrum are positioned superior to the gastric fundus.
In addition, a nodule from the anterior wall of the gastric fundus and a node from the superior hepatic surface were resected.
These sling fibers function as hooks around the notch between the distal esophagus and gastric fundus, forming parallel fibers to the lesser curvature and disappearing gradually around the angle of His.
Effect of 2,4,6 trinitrobenzenesulphonic acid (TNBS)-induced ileitis on the motor function of non-inflamed rat gastric fundus.
There were two conversions: one because of splenic injuries that were not repairable by laparoscopy, and one caused by a large gastric fundus perforation during the flap construction maneuver.