gastrectomy


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Related to gastrectomy: Sleeve gastrectomy, Total gastrectomy

gastrectomy

[ga′strek·tə·mē]
(medicine)
Surgical removal of all or part of the stomach.
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Leongito et al., "Bariatric surgery and diabetes remission: sleeve gastrectomy or mini-gastric bypass?," World Journal of Gastroenterology, vol.
[22] reported that glandular gastrectomy, leaving the forestomach almost intact, did not induce significant body weight loss or reduced food intake from third week after surgery.
Bleeding developed from the gastric lesion after a cycle of HAIC with 5-FU/ CDDP, and the patient underwent a distal gastrectomy and D2 + [alpha] lymph node resection.
This is even more difficult, especially since it is not possible to endoscopically view the anatomy of the bile ducts during Billroth-2 gastrectomy. We have not been able to perform endoscopic imaging because of the presence of Billroth-2 gastrectomy and Roux-en-Y gastrojejunostomy.
When data were stratified by procedure, results favored RYGB over sleeve gastrectomy. For example, 47% of the RYGB patients versus 33% of the sleeve gastrectomy patients were able to reach the ADA goal without insulin at the end of the study.
Total gastrectomy, D2 lymph node dissection, and Roux en Y esophagojejunostomy were performed.
Jonathan Barry, a bariatric surgeon at Spire Cardiff Hospital and Morriston Hospital in Swansea, said: "A sleeve gastrectomy involves removing up to 80% of the stomach and usually requires only a one- or two-night stay in hospital.
Comparison of Early Results and Complications between Multi-and Single-Port Sleeve Gastrectomy: A Randomized Clinical Study.
There was an increase in the proportional use of sleeve gastrectomy from <1 percent in 2006 to 84 percent in 2016.
A 2016 study found that nearly 90 percent of people undergoing sleeve gastrectomy lost 25 percent of their excess weight or at least 15 percent of their total body weight.
A total or subtotal gastrectomy is performed based on the location, type, and extent of tumor spreading (5,60-62).
The aim of the present study was to ascertain the risk factors for EJA leakage in patients who had total gastrectomy +D2 lymph node dissection due to gastric cancer and to unveil the presence of biochemical markers that could be utilized to predict them before they clinically developed.