gastrojejunal

gastrojejunal

adjective Referring to the stomach and jejunum.
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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).
Langer, "Gastrojejunal anastomosis complications and their management after laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass," Journal of Obesity, vol.
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 tubes.
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%.[37] A prospective multicenter trial showed that POSE was also effective in reducing a dilated gastrojejunal (GJ) anastomosis and shortening the gastric pouch in patients.[38] 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 [22].