jejunostomy


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jejunostomy

[‚jē·jə′näs·tə·mē]
(medicine)
The making of an artificial opening through the abdominal wall into the jejunum.
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A control randomized multicentre trial of pancreaticogastrostomy or pancreatico jejunostomy after pancreaticoduodenetomy.
Due to abdominal pain and distention, exploratory surgery was performed, including partial small bowel resection + side-to-side anastomosis and feeding jejunostomy.
A jejunostomy feeding tube was placed at the time of surgery in view of his dysphagia and poor oral intake.
Multiple intestinal atresia with apple peel syndrome: successful treatment by five end-to-end anastomoses, jejunostomy and transanastomotic silicone stent.
involved Surgical procedure 1 Proximal stomach Proximal gastrectomy 2 Terminal ileum one foot Two stage procedure 3 Near total small bowel Resection and exteriorisation 4 Terminal ileum right Two stage procedure colon with perforation 5 Terminal ileum one foot Two stage procedure 6 Jejunum to mid transverse Resection and colon exteriorosation 7 Distal ileum Two stage procedure 8 Entire small bowel Resection-exteriorisation 9 Right colon Two stage procedure 10 Stomach antrum Antrectomy with feeding jejunostomy 11 Doudenal performation Segmental ileal resection, small bowel fistula Ileco-coecal anastomosis 12 Stomach body & antrum Total gastrectomy Roux Y- esophageal jejunostomy Patient Post-operative Follow-up No.
Because the patient was unable to eat, jejunostomy was planned with feeding tube insertion and biopsies from porta hepatis mass, gall bladder wall, and liver were performed.
For feeding access, a jejunostomy tube was placed distal to the jejunostomy limb of the gastrojejunostomy tube.
Nasal routes comprehend the installation of nasogastric or nasoenteric feeding tubes, while ostomies corresponded to the implantation of gastrostomy, jejunostomy or, most rarely, esophagostomy (2%) catheters.
Percutaneous endoscopic jejunostomy (PEJ) tube is used less commonly.
Initially, reflux was managed with the insertion of a jejunostomy tube, use of a nutrient-dense formula, and low-rate 24-hour enteral regimen, consistent with recommendations.