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gastrectomy

[ga′strek·tə·mē]
(medicine)
Surgical removal of all or part of the stomach.
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On Wednesday, the Madras High Court had ordered authorities to demolish top five floors of an eight-storey block of Billroth Hospitals.
A 63-year-old man who underwent a radical gastric antral carcinoma resection and Billroth II gastrojejunostomy four years prior presented to our hospital with three-day epigastric pain and vomiting comprising transparent gastric juice without bile.
Billroth I type reconstruction is the most preferred method following distal gastrectomy for Type I pyloric stricture.
In addition, EPLBD is especially suitable for patients with an unfavorable anatomy for EST, such as for patients who have underwent Roux-en-Y or Billroth II gastrectomy [17-19].
In modern history, Theodore Billroth in 1857 inspired all prosthesis designers with his proposition "If we could artificially produce tissue of the density and toughness of fascia and tendon, the secret of the radical cure of the hernia repair would be discovered" [2], but its concept of repair dates back to Greeks who first described silver strands woven sutured with gold wire to act as a prosthesis [3].
Among these patients, 14 who underwent postoperative reconstruction other than the Billroth I reconstruction, 21 with concurrent gallstone pancreatitis, and 10 with concurrent cholecystitis were excluded; thus, a total of 167 patients were included in the study.
De estos ultimos, verdaderamente raros, nos acercamos a los gigantes Aleksandr Borodin, Theodor Billroth, Demetrious Dounis y Aniceto Ortega.
[1] The NP was first introduced to the medical fraternity by Ward in 1854 and Billroth in 1855 independently and was named in honor of Sir Victor Conrad Schneider, who in 1600 demonstrated that nasal mucosa produces catarrh and not cerebrospinal fluid and also proved the ectodermal origin of the nasal mucosa.
As the patient was not relieved of obstruction by conservative management, Billroth Type II gastrectomy was done.
Sacco, "Enterolith causing acute afferent loop syndrome after Billroth ii gastrectomy: A case report," Giornale di Chirurgia, vol.
Chi (2012).Smaller-diameter circular stapler has an advantage in Billroth I stapled anastomosis after laparoscopy-assisted distal gastrectomy.