PMID: 16719065May 25, 2006Paper

Combined surgical treatment of duodenal ulcer disease and reflux-esophagitis

Klinichna khirurhiia
V V Rishko

Abstract

Surgical treatment was conducted in 328 patients with duodenal ulcer disease and reflux-esophagitis. In all the patients selective proximal vagotomy and correcting operation on cardia was performed. All the patients survived after the operation. There were examined 250 (76.2%) patients in terms up to 20 years, good and satisfactory results were noted in 98.4%, poor--in 1.6%.

Related Concepts

Cardia of Stomach
Duodenal Ulcer
Peptic Esophagitis
Gastrointestinal Surgical Procedure
Vagotomy, Selective Proximal

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