gastrojejunal

gastrojejunal

adjective Referring to the stomach and jejunum.

gastrojejunal

pertaining to the stomach and jejunum.

gastrojejunal constipation
constipation occurring reflexly as a result of disease somewhere in the alimentary tract.
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Upper endoscopy is imperative to assist with the diagnosis of gastrojejunal intussusception, evaluate ischemia, and provide a complete evaluation of the upper GI tract to ensure that a more common source such as a tumor is not the lead point.
A gastroscopy did not show any ulcer or stenosis at the gastrojejunal anastomosis.
The most common complications of RYGB are wound infection (6% to 13% of cases) and gastrojejunal anastomotic stricture (3% to 8%).
Diagnosis codes from the International Classification of Diseases, 9th revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM), were used to define PUD in the following terms: peptic ulcer (533), gastric ulcer (531), gastrojejunal ulcer (534), and duodenal ulcer (532) (23).
pylori hospitalizations were examined by age group (<20, 20-44, 45-64, and [greater than or equal to]65 years of age), sex, race/ethnicity (white, black, Hispanic, and Asian or Pacific Islander), geographic region (Northeast, Midwest, South, and West), designated ulcer type (peptic, gastric, gastrojejunal, and duodenal), other diagnoses listed along a PUD diagnosis, and procedures.
Either some proximal holes of the tube would be in the lower esophagus, or some of the distal holes would have traversed the gastrojejunal anastomosis and be located in the Roux limb.
This gastrojejunal anastomosis is usually about 10 mm in diameter, only about twice the diameter of a 16 Fr tube (5.
61-63) Anastomotic stricture at the gastrojejunal anastomosis is seen on fluoroscopy as narrowing at the gastrojejunal anastomosis, with expansion of the gastric pouch and delayed transit of contrast into the Roux limb.
Anatomic causes such as gastric pouch and gastrojejunal (GJ) dilation are common; gastro-gastric fistula is much less common.