Braun anastomosis

Braun a·nas·to·mo·sis

(brown),
anastomosis between afferent and efferent loops of jejunum, after a loop gastroenterostomy.

Braun a·nas·to·mo·sis

(brown an-as'tŏ-mō'sis)
After a loop gastroenterostomy, anastomosis between afferent and efferent loops of jejunum.

Braun,

Christopher Heinrich, German surgeon, 1847-1911.
Braun anastomosis - after gastroenterostomy, anastomosis between afferent and efferent loops of jejunum.
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It is unclear whether BII Braun anastomosis results in superior perioperative outcomes when compared with RY reconstruction.
Braun anastomosis was performed about 25 cm distal to the gastrojejunostomy, using a linear stapler 60 mm in length with white cartilage.
These findings indicate that BII Braun anastomosis successfully diverts a substantial amount of bile from the remnant stomach and therefore may be an alternative to RY reconstruction in treating bile reflux.
Theoretically, LDG with BII Braun anastomosis may also minimize specific complications such as afferent loop syndrome and roux stasis syndrome.
However, BII Braun anastomosis successfully diverted a substantial amount of bile from the remnant stomach, making this outcome comparable in the two groups.