Gastrectomy

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Last Updated: 03 May 2022
a case of laparoscopic resection for carcinoma of the gastric remnant following proximal gastrectomy reconstructed with jejunal interposition. "a case of laparoscopic resection for carcinoma of the gastric remnant following proximal gastrectomy reconstructed with jejunal interposition.", by Yajima K, Iwasaki Y, Yuu K, Oohinata R, Amaki M, Kohira Y, Natsume S, Ishiyama S, Takahashi K. fig1: Port sites and lymphadenectomy at laparoscopic remnant total gastrectomy. (a) The port sites and scar of initial gastrectomy (dotes line). (b) Station number 6 lymph nodes were completely removed (RGEV; right gastroepiploic vein). (c)...

A gastrectomy is a clinical procedure where all or part of the stomach is surgically gotten rid of. There are 4 main types of gastrectomy, depending on which part of your stomach requires to be gotten rid of: overall gastrectomy, the entire stomach is eliminated; partial gastrectomy, the lower part of the stomach is removed; sleeve gastrectomy, the left side of the stomach is gotten rid of; oesophagogastrectomy, the leading part of the stomach and part of the gullet, television linking your throat to your stomach, is eliminated. If all or a lot of the stomach is eliminated, the craw will be linked to the small intestine or the staying area of the stomach.

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