oesophagectomy


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e·soph·a·gec·to·my

(ĕ-sof-ă-jek'tŏ-mē)
Excision of any part of the esophagus.
Synonym(s): oesophagectomy.
[esophagus + G. ektomē, excision]
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The operations for oesophageal carcinosarcoma are transhiatal oesophagectomy with gastric interposition, and Ivor Lewis oesophagectomy, coupled with adequate lymph node dissection.
Patel came in and appeared upset that there was a possibility the oesophagectomy (on Kemps) would not go ahead.
According to The Australian, Gerry Kemps had lost so much blood after an oesophagectomy in December 2004 that Dr.
He also said he did not believe Dr Patel should have operated on patient James Phillips, who died after an oesophagectomy to treat cancer in 2003.
Giving evidence on Monday via video link from Adelaide, renowned oesophagectomy specialist Dr Glyn Jamieson told the court Patel should have considered other, safer treatment options for Mr Phillips.
of Patients Percentage Conservative 1 1 Oesophagectomy 13 20 Gastric Pull Up 10 16 Colonic Pull Up 3 4 GJ 14 21 FJ 58 93 Oesophageal Dilatation 29 49 Table 8.
Effects of goal-directed fluid therapy on enhanced postoperative recovery: An interventional comparative observational study with a historical control group on oesophagectomy combined with ERAS program.
Anastomotic strictures are late postoperative complications reported in 3%-46.2% of patients undergoing colonic reconstruction following oesophagectomy (5).
Routes of early enteral nutrition following oesophagectomy. Ann R Coll Surg Engl 2016; 98(7): 461-7.
Prediction of pulmonary complications after transthoracic oesophagectomy. Br J Surg 1994; 81:860-2.
Oesophagectomy rates and post-resection outcomes in patients with cancer of the oesophagus and gastro-oesophageal junction: a population-based study using linked health administrative linked data.