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gastrectomy

[ga′strek·tə·mē]
(medicine)
Surgical removal of all or part of the stomach.
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Billroth II anastomosis was performed for all patients who underwent distal gastrectomy, and Roux-en-Y anastomosis was performed for all patients who underwent total gastrectomy.
However, as the patient was not relieved of the obstruction by medical management, a Billroth Type II gastrectomy was performed.
Finally, was it necessary to demonize Wagner in order to soften our perception of Hanslick's and Billroth's Judenantipathiel Instead of attempting to save Billroth from any suspicion of anti-Semitism, it would have been more interesting to view his ambiguous discourse as reflecting the progressive change of attitude toward Deutschtum.
Thousands of patients have been spared years of drinking chalky ineffective liquid, and undergoing vagotomies and Billroth operations.
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Finally, most of the omentum and distal stomach were resected extra-abdominally, and Billroth II gastrojejunal anastomosis and reconstruction were performed.
Papillotomy compatible with Billroth II anatomy of the stomach Operator 1 September 4, 12
Vinarev became the first assistant to Professor Johann Freiherr von Mikulicz-Radecki (May 16, 1850, Czernowitz--June, 14, 1905, Breslau), and then to Professor Christian Albert Theodor Billroth (April 26, 1829, Bergen auf Rugen February 6, 1894, Abbazia).
This observation was supported by noting increased thyroxine absorption in patients post Billroth II surgery with the possibility that the stomach changes a small part of thyroxine into a nonabsorbable form.
Phelps graduated from Michigan University (1873), and practiced orthopedic surgery in Germany, under Schede, Esmarch, Volkman, Billroth and Thiersch [30].
Theodor Billroth performed the first successful operation for gastric cancer in Vienna Austria on January 29 1881.