Effectiveness of fundoplication or gastrojejunal
feeding in children with neurologic impairment.
A gastroplastia redutora com derivacao gastrojejunal
em Y-de-Roux e a intervencao mais empregada, com melhores resultados relativos a perda de peso e menores complicacoes cirurgicas (Eisenberg e colaboradores, 2010).
The endoscopy revealed a solid, ulcerated mass at the gastrojejunal
anastomosis, from which a tissue sample was collected through biopsy.
Among the possible complications that can occur are: infection, intestinal obstruction, nutritional deficiencies gastroesophageal reflux, blood clots, pneumonia, bleeding ulcer, suture dehiscence, marginal ulcer, gastrointestinal communication gastric, stenosis of the gastrojejunal
anastomosis and eventration (Ramirez Rincon, et al: 2017).
anastomosis complications and their management after laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass," Journal of Obesity, vol.
Suturing the mucosa separately (i.e., double-layered or layer-to-layer anastomosis) maybe not the common practice for the gastrojejunal
The purpose of this study is to report the feasibility of performing interventional radiology-operated transgastrostomic endoscopy and endobronchial forceps retrieval of retained foreign bodies in patients with existing gastrostomy or gastrojejunal
Another 6-month follow-up study that enrolled 45 patients showed a reduction in BMI of 5.8 kg/m 2 and a %EWL of 49.4%. A prospective multicenter trial showed that POSE was also effective in reducing a dilated gastrojejunal
(GJ) anastomosis and shortening the gastric pouch in patients. POSE needs to be done under general anesthesia and is still under FDA review for approval.
We first analyzed patients aged >20 years who were diagnosed as having peptic ulcer disease according to International Classification of Disease Ninth Modification, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM; 531 (gastric ulcer), 532 (duodenal ulcer), 533 (nonspecific peptic ulcer), and 534 (gastrojejunal
ulcer)] between Jan 1, 2000 and Dec 31, 2009.
Endoscopic Treatment options in patients with gastrojejunal
anastomosis stricture following Roux-en-Y gastric bypass.
In a 2-center study from Leeds and Manchester on the limitations and clinical usefulness of gastrojejunal
feeding tubes in 18 children (12 of these suffered from neurological impairment) followed up for a median time interval of 10 months, the authors reported 65 tube related complications in 14 children .