esophagogastrectomy

esophagogastrectomy

 [ĕ-sof″ah-go-gas-trek´to-me]
excision of the esophagus and stomach.

e·soph·a·go·gas·trec·to·my

(ĕ-sof'ă-gō-gas-trek'tŏ-mē),
Removal of a portion of the lower esophagus and proximal stomach.

esophagogastrectomy

(ĭ-sŏf′ə-gō-gă-strĕk′tə-mē)
n.
The removal of a portion of the lower esophagus and proximal stomach for treatment of neoplasms or strictures, especially lesions near the cardioesophageal junction.

e·soph·a·go·gas·trec·to·my

(ĕ-sof'ă-gō-gas-trek'tŏ-mē)
Removal of a portion of the lower esophagus and proximal stomach for treatment of neoplasms or strictures of those organs, especially those lesions located at or near the cardioesophageal junction.
Synonym(s): oesophagogastrectomy.
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All patients had biopsies or resections (gastrectomy, esophagectomy, esophagogastrectomy, or endoscopic mucosal resection) of the primary adenocarcinoma (69 patients [69%] had a resection only, 12 [12%] had a biopsy only, and 19 cases [19%] had matched biopsy and resection specimens).
fistula after Management bariatric surgery 1 2 months Not available 2 11 months Laparoscopic robotic-assisted esophagogastrectomy with Roux-en-Y reconstruction 3 13 years Partial gastrectomy, resection of the gastropleural fistula, hiatal hernia repair, & decortication 4 6 months Enteric stent insertion to cover the fistula opening 5 2 years Excision of the fistula & repair of the diaphragmatic defect 6 9 months Side-to-side esophagojejunostomy & jejunojejunostomy 7 2 months Over-the-scope clip at the gastric opening & endoscopic approach 8 11 years Endoscopic suturing & esophageal stent placement 9 9 months Total parenteral nutrition, percutaneous drainage, & antibiotics with endoscopic stenting No.
Gastropericardial fistula-induced pyopneumopericardium after esophagectomy with esophagogastrectomy. Ann Thorac Surg 2011; 91(1):e10-1.
(10) more bed complement occupied by the esophagogastrectomy patients is because of post-operative complications, 3 of these patients stayed in the ward for 2 to 3 months.
Types of cases performed: Inpatient/Outpatient, with highest volume in Total Joint Replacement, Robotics-Urology, Minimally Invasive CV, CV Transplant and Ventricular Assist Device, General Surgery, Large Thoracic Procedures, VATS, Esophagogastrectomy, Advanced Laparoscopy
Fast tracking after Ivor Lewis esophagogastrectomy. Chest, 126(4), 11871194.
Ivor Lewis esophagogastrectomy was performed in 34 patients (63%), transhiatal esophagectomy in 10 (18%), extended Ivor Lewis esophagogastrectomy in 8 (15%), and other in 2.
Wehmann and Green performed a partial esophagogastrectomy and a reversal of a Nissan fundoplication from a prior surgery.
Esophagogastrectomy was performed via a right chest (thoracoscopic), abdomen (laparoscopic), and cervical anastomosis.
These lesions are usually treated surgically with esophagogastrectomy. Early detection and treatment by surgical resection is fundamental to long-term survival.
An esophagectomy is a removal of all or part of the esophagus and an esophagogastrectomy involves the removal of a portion of the esophagus and proximal stomach (when involvement of the gastric cardia is present).