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Proximal Gastric Resection for Ulcer
Rare Operations or Types of Resection
Perforation of Duodenal or Gastric Ulcer
GastritisSpecific and Nonspecific Granulomas
Resection of Cardia
Stomach and Upper Duodenum
Specific Diseases and Methods
Ulcerative Disease of Stomach and Duodenum
Gastroduodenostomy Billroth I Operation
Gastrojejunostomy Billroth II Operations
Selective Proximal Gastric Vagotomy SPV
Palliative Repeat Palliative and Bypass Operations
Surgical GastrostomyTemporary or Permanent External
Surgical Endoscopy on the Operated Stomach
Obesity Due to Overeating
abdominal all-layer interrupted sutures anastomosis anatomical Anesthesia aorta artery and vein bile duct Billroth bleeding branches carcinoma cardia cavity celiac celiac trunk cervical clamp closed closure Common hepatic artery Complications diagnosis diaphragm dilatation dissection distal stomach diverticulum drainage duodenal stump duodenum edge end-to-end end-to-side endoscopic Endotracheal enteroenterostomy esophageal hiatus esophagus excision exposure fundus gastrectomy gastric ostium gastric tube Gastroduodenal artery gastroduodenostomy gastroenterostomy gastrojejunostomy greater curvature hemorrhage incision indicated inferior injury intestinal Intraoperative jejunal jejunum laparotomy layer left gastric artery lesser curvature lesser omentum ligament ligation liver longitudinal loop lymph nodes mediastinal mobilization mucosa Operative Steps palliative pancreas pancreaticoduodenal artery patient performed peritoneum peritonitis posterior wall postoperative preoperative procedure proximal pyloric pyloroplasty recurrent reflux resection Right gastric artery right gastroepiploic risk Roux-en-Y segment seromuscular spleen splenic artery staple stapler stenosis stricture surgery surgical suture line sutures therapy thoracic tion tissue transected treatment tumor vagal trunk vagotomy vascular vessels wound
Page 355 - Japanese Research Society for Gastric Cancer. The General Rules for the Gastric Cancer Study in Surgery and Pathology.
Page 6 - ... azygos on the right. It continues upwards through the posterior mediastinum, lying between the descending aorta and the vena azygos, anterior to the right aortic intercostal arteries and the hemiazygos and accessory hemiazygos veins, and posterior to the right pleura, below, and the oesophagus, above. At the level of the fifth thoracic vertebra it crosses to the left of the median plane, and then ascends, through the superior mediastinum, along the left border of the oesophagus, in contact, on...
Page vii - This series presents the essentials of surgery competently, comprehensively and in a form easily applied in practice. All of the volumes follow a single aim, which is to focus on the individual steps of classical surgical procedures, presenting them in the order in which they are performed, with details...
Page 99 - Quadrate lobe of the liver 8 Right lobe of the liver 9 Caudate lobe of the liver 10...
Page 35 - Anatomical approach to the cervical esophagus. 1 Cervical fascia, superficial layer 2 Cervical fascia, pretracheal layer 3 Cervical fascia, prevertebral layer 4 Common carotid artery, internal jugular vein, vagus nerve 5 Thyroid 6 Esophagus -3 Fig.
Page 5 - Horizontal section (insert) showing the cervical esophagus with surgical approach (red arrow). 1 Cervical fascia, superficial layer 2 Cervical fascia, pretracheal layer 3 Cervical fascia, prevertebral layer 4 Common carotid artery, internal jugular vein, vagus nerve 5 Thyroid 6 Esophagus Thoracic segment (Figs.
Page 110 - Proper hepatic artery 3 Gastroduodenal artery 4 Right gastric artery 5 Right gastroepiploic artery 6...
Page 108 - A flexure is found between the first and the second, as well as the second and the third...
Page ii - Edited by K. Kremer, W. Lierse, W. Platzer, HW Schreiber, and FM Steichen With contributions by K.