Sugiura procedure

Su·gi·u·ra pro·ce·dure

(sū-jē-yū'rah),
esophageal transection with paraesophageal devascularization, for esophageal varices.

Sugiura,

M., 20th century Japanese surgeon.
Sugiura procedure - esophageal transection with paraesophageal devascularization for esophageal varices.
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In China, the re-bleeding rate after open azygoportal disconnection is reportedly 13.3% to 21.09%, whereas in Japan, the re-bleeding rate after the modified Sugiura procedure (splenectomy, pericardial devascularization, and esophageal transection anastomosis) is reportedly >10% (9,15,16).
A Comparative Study of the Efficacy of the Modified Sugiura Procedure and the Hassab Procedure for Treatment of Rebleeding after Endoscopic Variceal Ligation Due to Portal Hypertension.
Sugiura procedure for management of variceal bleeding in Japan.