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of, relating to, near, or involving the stomach
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A case report of gastric perforation and peritonitis associated with opportunistic infection by Sarcina ventriculi.
Outcomes after emergency surgery for gastric perforation or severe bleeding in patients with gastric cancer.
This case was unique because the gastric perforation after necrosectomy was without symptoms of generalized peritonitis.
While there are numerous causes of pneumoperitoneum, gastric perforation is more likely to result in the football sign than small bowel perforation, because gastric perforations are usually associated with release of a larger amount of free air.
An extensive literature search revealed only one report [3] from Nigeria on possible gastric perforation caused by Ascaris.
Among the early complications were one iatrogenic gastric perforation low in the stomach at the site of a pyloromyotomy scar, which was repaired at the time of banding, and eight upper-extremity deep-vein thromboses, which, "by process of elimination were associated with [non-rectal] Phenergan [promethazine]," he said.
Gastric perforation after IGB treatment is a rare but serious complication.
Rapunzel Syndrome Complicated with Gastric Perforation Diagnosed on Operation Table.
Of the 73 teenagers who received a gastric band, two later had their bands removed, one because of band slippage and the other be-cause of gastric perforation.
Approximately 4% of patients experience major complications, such as gastric perforation, gastric bleeding, hematoma, aspiration, and death, and another 13% may experience relatively minor complications, such as wound infection, tube dislodgment, aspiration, stomal leak, fever, or ileus.
As with any surgery, there are possible risks and complications with the LAP-BAND([R]) System, including but not limited to infection, nausea, vomiting, band slippage and obstruction, and in rare cases, gastric perforation and reoperation.