gastric stump

gastric stump

Gastroenterology That part of the stomach that remains after partial resection
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Patients who had primary cancer in other sites, recurrent gastric cancer or gastric stump cancer were excluded.
A final diagnosis of large-cell neuroendocrine carcinoma developed on gastric stump associated with isolated foci of moderately differentiated tubular adenocarcinoma with a staging of pT3N1G3 was made.
A large amount of fluid flooded into gastric stump after stents were placed.
Studies of risk factors influencing the occurrence of complications in gastric stump (ulcers, cancers) are of clinical interest, with the increasing number of gastric surgeries in obese patients or for early gastric cancer [12-14].
Polypoid colonic metastases from gastric stump carcinoma: A case report.
pylori infection in patients with a gastric stump. We evaluated the effectiveness and safety of this regimen to provide a suitable method for H.
Carcinoma of the gastric stump: risk and pathogenesis.
On the other hand, Billroth II and isolated jejunum interposition reconstruction methods are welcomed in the cases occur anastomotic tension while these procedures bring many post-operative complications such as bile reflux, anastomotic ulcer, gastric stump cancer and so on [13].
With the discovery of effective anaesthetic agents and the introduction of antiseptic surgical technique, the race was on in the last two decades of that century for the development of an effective technique to resect the cancerous part of the stomach and to restore continuity between the gastric stump and the duodenum, the operation of partial gastrectomy.
Jahne, "Surgical therapy of gastric stump carcinoma--a retrospective analysis of 109 patients," Hepato-Gastroenterology, vol.
Specimens were reassessed by two pathologists independently, and the stage of gastric cancer is classified according to the tumor node metastasis (TNM) stage system of the Union for International Cancer Control/American Joint Committee on Cancer.[sup][20] The selected criteria were the patients harboring advanced gastric adenocarcinoma without distant metastases, and excluded criteria were patients with infiltration of adjacent structures (T4b), distant metastases, and gastric stump cancer.
Hattori, "Duodenogastric reflux sustains Helicobacter pylori infection in the gastric stump," Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology, vol.