perigastric


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perigastric

 [per″ĭ-gas´trik]
around the stomach; pertaining to the peritoneal coat of the stomach.

per·i·gas·tric

(per'i-gas'trik),
Surrounding the stomach.
[peri- + G. gastēr, belly, stomach]

perigastric

(pĕr″ĭ-găs′trĭk) [″ + gaster, belly]
Around the stomach.
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have associated the high erosion rate in their study to performing an endoscopic examination and use of the perigastric technique on every patient who gained weight even if there were no symptoms.
Our patient benefited from a lymphadenectomy limited to the perigastric nodes and those along the superior mesenteric vessels due to the particularities of lymphatic drainage in a gastrojejunal anastomosis.
The efficacy of MDCT in depicting the perigastric vessel anatomy was investigated in several studies; authors have reported that MDCT is a useful and effective method for preoperative visualization of the perigastric vessel anatomy [5-10].
Location Number of cases =40 Frequency Percent Mediastinum 16 40% Portahepatis 8 20% Para-aortic 8 20% Perigastric 5 12.5% Perirectal 2 5% Paraesophageal 1 2.5% Table 2: Size (cm) of the lymph nodes (n = 40).
The previously injected N-butyl-2-cyanoacrylate was still visible around the gastric cardia, in the perigastric varices, and in the left adrenal vein.
Perigastric lymph nodes, vessels, and adjacent viscera were excluded.
Lymph node stations (Japanese Classification of Gastric Carcinoma) No Definition 1 Right paracardial LNs, including those along the 1st branch of the ascending limb of the left gastric artery 2 Left paracardial LNs, including those along the oesophagocardiac branch of the left subphrenic artery 3a Lesser curvature LNs along the branches of the left gastric artery 3b Lesser curvature LNs along the 2nd branch and distal part of the right gastric artery 4sa Left greater curvature LNs along the short gastric arteries (perigastric area) 4sb Left greater curvature LNs along the left gastroepiploic artery (perigastric area) 4d Rt.
CT of the abdomen and pelvis with contrast revealed multiple enlarged abdominal lymph nodes including perigastric and pancreatic lymph nodes measuring up to 2.2 cm and retroperitoneal lymphadenopathy including a large retrocaval lymph node measuring up to 3.6 cm.
Axillary, laterocervical, supraclavear, mediastinal, celiac, crural, iliac, inguinal, paralumboaortic, and perigastric lymph nodes were enlarged.
Table 5 shows the distribution of SNs and their respective extraperigastric and perigastric lymph node chains.