Esophagus, Stomach, Duodenum, Volume 10

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Karl Kremer
Thieme, 1989 - Duodenum - 380 pages
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Contents

General Notes
2
Specific Diseases and Methods of Treatment
9
Treatment of Esophageal Injury
15
Benign Stenoses of the Esophagus
27
Esophageal Diverticula
33
Malignant Tumors
40
General Review 80 Exploration of the Abdominal Cavity
82
Special Anatomy 80 Exploration in Blunt Abdominal Trauma
88
Proximal Gastric Resection for Ulcer
213
Rare Operations or Types of Resection
232
Gastroduodenal Hemorrhage
236
Perforation of Duodenal or Gastric Ulcer
243
GastritisSpecific and Nonspecific Granulomas
250
Extended Gastrectomy
276
Albrecht
296
Resection of Cardia
302

Stomach and Upper Duodenum
96
Specific Diseases and Methods
113
Gastric Volvulus
121
Ulcerative Disease of Stomach and Duodenum
131
Gastroduodenostomy Billroth I Operation
152
Gastrojejunostomy Billroth II Operations
167
Selective Proximal Gastric Vagotomy SPV
183
Truncal Vagotomy
195
ostomy
205
Palliative Repeat Palliative and Bypass Operations
313
Surgical GastrostomyTemporary or Permanent External
321
Surgical Endoscopy on the Operated Stomach
327
Obesity Due to Overeating
329
Anatomic Reconstructions
340
References
346
Index
361
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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.
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