gastric stump

gastric stump

Gastroenterology That part of the stomach that remains after partial resection
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Polypoid colonic metastases from gastric stump carcinoma: A case report.
On the other hand, Billroth II and isolated jejunum interposition reconstruction methods are welcomed in the cases occur anastomotic tension while these procedures bring many post-operative complications such as bile reflux, anastomotic ulcer, gastric stump cancer and so on [13].
With the discovery of effective anaesthetic agents and the introduction of antiseptic surgical technique, the race was on in the last two decades of that century for the development of an effective technique to resect the cancerous part of the stomach and to restore continuity between the gastric stump and the duodenum, the operation of partial gastrectomy.
Before hazarding the life of a patient, he had got his assistants to work out the technical details of gastric resection and anastomosis of the gastric stump to the duodenum in the dog laboratory.
sup][20] The selected criteria were the patients harboring advanced gastric adenocarcinoma without distant metastases, and excluded criteria were patients with infiltration of adjacent structures (T4b), distant metastases, and gastric stump cancer.
Other conditions: Pernicious anemia, Menetrier's disease and gastric stumps are other conditions that increase the risk of gastric cancer.