Atlas Adv Gastric Surgery

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CRC Press, Oct 1, 1997 - Medical - 142 pages
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This highly illustrated atlas provides a concise, comprehensive and up-to-date overview of the essence of gastric surgery. Gastric and thoracic surgeons in training receive widely differing degrees of instruction, to which this book succinctly addresses the essential techniques of advanced gastric surgery. Clearly detailed instruction describes the surgical procedures ranging from simple laparotomy and abdominal closure, to the more sophisticated techniques of subtotal and total gastrectomy with lymph node dissection, and total gastrectomy accompanied by esophagectomy and esophagojejunostomy. The resulting practical manual will better enable gastric and thoracic surgeons to perform treatments in digestive tract surgery
 

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Contents

POSITION LAPAROTOMY AND CLOSING THE ABDOMEN
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DISTAL SUBTOTAL GASTRECTOMY ACCOMPANIED BY LYMPH
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6 Dissection of the lymph nodes at the anterior aspects of
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10 Dissection of the lymph nodes of the anterosuperior
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splenic artery
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RECONSTRUCTION METHOD WITH CLOSURE OF
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RECONSTRUCTION WITHOUT CLOSING THE DUODENAL STUMP
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2 Incision of the mesocolon
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10 Transection of the lesser omentum
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11 Dissection of the lymph nodes of the anterosuperior group along the common hepatic artery
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12 Dissection of the lymph nodes behind the hepatoduodenal ligament
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13 Dissection of the area around the celiac artery
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14 Dissection of the lymph nodes along the trunk of the splenic artery
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16 Dissection of the vagus nerve
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17 Mobilization and elevation of the spleen
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18 Splenectomy and resection of the tail of the pancreas
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3 Transection of the jejunum
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5 Endtoend anastomosis of the jejunal graft and duodenum
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Insertion of the PCEEA into the jejunum
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7 Mechanical esophagojejunal anastomosis
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9 Construction of the jejunal loop
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10 Closing the aperture of the mesocolon
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12 Results
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TOTAL GASTRECTOMY LOWER ESOPHAGECTOMY WITH LEFT THORACOTOMY INTRATHORACIC ESOPHAGOJEJUNOSTOMY
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4 Transection of the greater omentum and ablation of the anterior layer of the mesocolon
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5 Dissection of the lymph nodes at the root of the mesentery
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15 Dissection of the right cardial lymph nodes and the lymph nodes
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7 Dissection of the lymph nodes at the anterior aspects of the hepatoduodenal ligament
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8 Dissection of the lymph nodes in the hepatoduodenal ligament
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19 Change of position
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21 Thoracotomy
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22 Incision of the mediastinal pleura
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23 Transection of the esophagus
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24 Insertion of the PCEEA anvil into the esophagus
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25 Ligation of the nylon thread
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27 Elevation of the jejunum via the antecolic route
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30 Removal of the PCEEA and checking on the anastomotic site
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32 Closure of the chest
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33 Change of position
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34 RouxenYanastomosis
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