reported a patient who had received distal gastrectomy and gastroenterostomy
due to peptic ulcer about 40 years ago who then presented with remnant gastric cancer along with a tumor thrombus in the splenic vein extending into the portal vein.
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The surgical procedure was determined by the operating surgeon and either one of omental patch with Graham's procedure, bilateral truncal vagotomy with pyloroplasty or, antrectomy and gastroenterostomy
INTRODUCTION: Jejunogastric intussusception is a rare but potentially very serious complication of gastrectomy or gastroenterostomy
described in 1941 by Bozzi.
Although surgery for established gastric outlet obstruction is technically successful in up to 90% of patients , it is often associated with a prolonged hospital stay and sometimes with poor function of gastroenterostomy
A meta-analysis of available studies comparing endoscopically placed duodenal SEMS and surgical gastroenterostomy
shows that SEMS is associated with higher clinical success rates, a shorter time from procedure to starting oral intake, a lower incidence of delayed gastric emptying, and shorter hospital stay than surgical bypass.
(1), (2) The condition was first described by Bozzi in a patient who had undergone gastroenterostomy
. (3) Eight years later, the complication was also reported in a patient with Billroth II resection.
Stenosis of the gastroenterostomy
after laparoscopic gastric bypass.