stump carcinoma

A cancer arising in the gastric ‘stump’ remaining after a subtotal—Billroth I or II—gastrectomy, which is often localised to the anastomosis, the site with the most severe duodenogastric reflux

stump carcinoma

Oncology A CA arising in the gastric 'stump' remaining after a subtotal gastrectomy. Cf Scar cancer.
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Polypoid colonic metastases from gastric stump carcinoma: A case report.
Gastric polyp is frequently found in patients with bile reflux gastritis after gastric surgery.[sup][21] It is well known that gastric carcinomas may develop in the postgastrectomy stomach polyp.[sup][22] The presence of bile acids in the gastric remnant may contribute to mucosal injury and may cause the risk of stump carcinoma.[sup][23],[24] Our data demonstrated that patients with BS had a significantly higher incidence of gastric polyp than patients with BL and those patients with normal mucosa.
Laparoscopic radical trachelectomy or parametrectomy and pelvic and para-aortic lymphadenectomy for cervical or vaginal stump carcinoma: report of six cases.