gastrotomy


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gastrotomy

 [gas-trot´ah-me]
incision into the stomach.

gas·trot·o·my

(gas-trot'ŏ-mē),
Incision into the stomach.
[gastro- + G. tomē, incision]

gastrotomy

/gas·trot·o·my/ (gas-trot´ah-me) incision into the stomach.

gastrotomy

(gă-strŏt′ə-mē)
n. pl. gastroto·mies
Surgical incision into the stomach.

gastrotomy

An incision into the stomach.

gas·trot·o·my

(gas-trot'ŏ-mē)
Incision into the stomach.
[gastro- + G. tomē, incision]

gastrotomy

An incision into the stomach.

gastrotomy (ga·strōˑ·t·mē),

n opening created surgically in the abdominal wall for the purpose of providing access to the stomach to feed an individual who is incapable of normal food intake.
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gastrotomy

incision into the stomach.
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This report describes clinical and radiographic findings and removal of oesophageal foreign body by gastrotomy in two dogs.
11) On the other hand Bakaleinik has suggested that all sharp and pointed objects be removed by gastrotomy rather than to attempt endoscopic means as in our case.
Gastrotomy or enterotomy is necessary to remove larger ones, followed by exploratory enteroscopy for any that might remain behind.
Results: Gastrotomy was performed in dogs (23) using two methods: needle knife (4) and PEG (19).
Trichobezoars always require surgical removal through gastrotomy as conservative measures are not of much use.
The stone was palpable and visible through the pylorus, and an anterior gastrotomy was performed in the antrum.
However, the publication of McDowell's second report made even the unbelieving British repent and, in 1826, the same author wrote: 'A back settlement of America--Kentucky--has beaten the mother country, nay Europe itself, with all the boasted surgeons thereof, in the fearful operation of gastrotomy with extraction of the diseased ovaria .
Gastric bezoars may be retrieved endoscopically or via gastrotomy.
Placement of a percutaneous endoscopic gastrotomy (PEG) was delayed because of time constraints in the OR.
The trichobezoar was removed en mass easily via a generous gastrotomy, as it was occupying the entire stomach (Figs.
Because it was impossible to remove the foreign object by gastroscopy, a gastrotomy was performed, followed by intravenous treatment with a chelating agent; the result of this treatment was a complete clinical recovery.