gastrojejunostomy


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gastrojejunostomy

[¦ga·strō‚jē·jə′nä·stə·mē]
(medicine)
Surgical establishment of an anastomosis between the jejunum and the anterior or posterior wall of the stomach.
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of % Patients Adhesiolysis 19 29 Anterior Resection, APR 03 04 Diagnostic Laparoscopy (with omental biopsy) 01 01.5 Excision of cysts 08 12 Deroofing of cyst 01 01.5 Gastrojejunostomy 05 07 Left Hemicolectomy 02 03 Right Hemicolectomy 02 03 Jejunojejunostomy 01 01.5 Live Omentopexy 02 03 Mesh Repair 02 03 Orchidectomy 02 03 Pericystectomy 06 09 Diaphragmatic Repair with Gastropexy 01 01.5 Splenectomy 01 01.5 TAPP 01 02 TEPP 07 10 Varicocelectomy 03 04.5 Total 65 100 Table 5.
Surgical gastrojejunostomy or endoscopic stent placement for the palliation of malignant gastric outlet obstruction (SUSTENT study): A multicenter randomized trial.
Destructive injuries proximal to the sphincter may require antrectomy and gastrojejunostomy. If the injury involves the sphincter complex, formal pancreaticoduodenectomy may be required.
Choi, "Laparoscopic gastrojejunostomy for palliation of gastric outlet obstruction in unresectable gastric cancer, " Surgical Endoscopy and Other Interventional Techniques, vol.
Contrast should be seen passing through both the proximal and distal anastomoses; however, it is not unusual for the pouch not to empty readily due to edema and/or a hematoma at the gastrojejunostomy. Computed tomography (CT) can also be utilized to verify proper functioning of the RYGB bypass (Figure 3).
Staging laparoscopy may therefore be used in patients with T stages greater than one, no histologic evidence of distant disease, and who do not otherwise require palliative gastrojejunostomy. (26)
Marginal ulcers respond to treatment with proton pump inhibitors and stenosis of the gastrojejunostomy is readily dilated by an experienced endoscopist.
The surgical technique involved a circular stapled gastrojejunostomy with an antecolic, antegastric placement of a 150-cm Roux limb.
In subtotal gastrectomy group (Gastrojejunostomy), after subtotal resection of stomach, end-to-side gastrojejunostomy was done with stapler or hand-sewn method.
Surgical methods include gastrojejunostomy, pancreatic tail resection, pancreatic jejunum Rouxen-Y anastomosis, and pancreatic fistula sinus-jejunum anastomosis (2).
Finally, end-to-side duodeno- or gastrojejunostomy was performed to place the stomach and the duodenum into a straight vertical line for an antecolic route.