gastroduodenal anastomosis


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gastroduodenal anastomosis

Surgery The end-to-end joining of the upper stomach to the duodenum after resecting the lower stomach
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The anvil and the shaft were locked and a side-to-end gastroduodenal anastomosis was carried out with the end of the duodenum to the side of the posterior wall of the stomach (Figure 1D).
described a technique where the cut edge of the gastric remnant was left open while creating the stapled side-to-end gastroduodenal anastomosis. (3) However, this technique was contended by Nakane et al.
We report successful use of the circular stapler technique in establishing gastroduodenal anastomosis after distal gastrectomy.