Toupet fundoplication

Toupet fundoplication

(tū-pā'),
a partial posterior fundoplication, in which the stomach edge is secured to the esophagus; modifications of Toupet fundoplication are commonly used for laparoscopic fundoplication.

Tou·pet fun·do·pli·ca·tion

(tū'pā fŭn'dō-pli-kā'shŭn)
A partial posterior fundoplication, in which the stomach edge is secured to the esophagus; modifications of Toupet fundoplication are commonly used for laparoscopic fundoplication.

Toupet,

A., French surgeon.
Toupet fundoplication - a partial posterior fundoplication in which the stomach edge is secured to the esophagus.
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One such method is the toupet fundoplication (TF) (see Figure 2).
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The procedure is known as the Toupet Fundoplication.