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resection

[ri′sek·shən]
(engineering)
A method in surveying by which the horizontal position of an occupied point is determined by drawing lines from the point to two or more points of known position.
A method of determining a plane-table position by orienting along a previously drawn foresight line and drawing one or more rays through the foresight from previously located stations.
(medicine)
The surgical removal of a section or segment of an organ or other structure.

Resection

 

an operation that involves the partial excision of a diseased organ. Amputation is the removal of the peripheral part of an organ, while extirpation is the complete removal of an organ. In surgical practice gastric resections are most frequently performed; pyloric stenoses and stomach cancers or gastric ulcers that are complicated by hemorrhaging often require gastric resections. Resections of the small or large intestine are performed in cases of traumatic ruptures, obstructions, or tumors. An anastomosis is created between the stump of the stomach and the duodenum or jejunum or between the remaining sections of the intestine after gastric or intestinal resections. Resections are also performed on the thyroid gland, lungs, and joints.

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Internal hernia after laparoscopic gastric resection with antecolic Roux-en-Y reconstruction for gatric cancer.
Treatment results of curative gastric resection from a specialist Australian unit: low volume with satisfactory outcomes.
Indications for gastric resections include a tumour size greater than 5 cm, widely implanted tumours, tumours involving gastric orifices, and tumours with complications such as bleeding or perforation.
By 1890, Billroth could report 41 gastric resections performed by himself or members of his unit for cancer with 19 successes.
Risk factors for this condition include diabetes, gastric resection, achlorhydria, scleroderma, small bowel diverticula, strictures, fistulae and pseudo-obstruction [3].
Methods: We summarized an 11-year experience on gastric cancer patients undergoing elective laparotomy or minimally invasive gastric resection in standard cares (SC) or FT programs during January 2004 to December 2014.
Bladder augmentation with an omental pedicled gastric seromuscular flap without the necessity of gastric resection.
The Billroth I procedure for gastroduodenostomy is the most physiologic type of gastric resection, since it restores normal continuity [11, 12].
5) Welch and Rodkey described tube duodenostomy to decompress a difficult duodenal closure after gastric resection.
Recently, new data focusing on the extent of gastric resection and on the role of additional treatments has become available and gives new hope for an improved outcome for patients with gastric cancer.