Witzel jejunostomy | definition of Witzel jejunostomy by Medical dictionary
Witzel jejunostomy (vit'zl)
[Friedrich O. Witzel, Ger. surgeon, 1865–1925]
A jejunostomy created by inserting a rubber or silicone catheter into the jejunum and bringing it to the skin surface. Medication and feedings can be administered on a long-term basis. See: jejunostomy
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Witzel, Friedrich O., German surgeon, 1865-1925.
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