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Results of proximal gastric vagotomy over 1-5 years in a district general hospital

The British Journal of Surgery

Jan 1, 1979

D A MakeyR J Heald

PMID: 420970

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One hundred and seventy-three underwent proximal gastric vagotomy for duodenal ulceration over a 6-year period. One hundred and fifteen of these have been followed up for 1-5 years. The operative mortality was nil and the result was satisfactory in 91 per cent. The incidence of side eff...read more

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Gastric Juice
Gastric Ulcer
Hepatic
Entire Esophagus
Recurrence (Disease Attribute)
DUMPING
Duodenal Ulcer
Benign Neoplasm of Esophagus
Cell Secretion
Relapse
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Results of proximal gastric vagotomy over 1-5 years in a district general hospital

The British Journal of Surgery

Jan 1, 1979

D A MakeyR J Heald

PMID: 420970

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Abstract

One hundred and seventy-three underwent proximal gastric vagotomy for duodenal ulceration over a 6-year period. One hundred and fifteen of these have been followed up for 1-5 years. The operative mortality was nil and the result was satisfactory in 91 per cent. The incidence of side eff...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Gastric Juice
Gastric Ulcer
Hepatic
Entire Esophagus
Recurrence (Disease Attribute)
DUMPING
Duodenal Ulcer
Benign Neoplasm of Esophagus
Cell Secretion
Relapse

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Esophageal Carcinoma

Esophageal carcinoma has two main subtypes, esophageal squamous-cell carcinoma and esophageal adenocarcinoma. Several factors, both genetic and environmental, have been shown to increase risk of developing esophageal carcinoma. Here is the latest research.

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Intra-operative testing for completeness of vagotomy

The Australian and New Zealand Journal of SurgeryJune 1, 1988
T B Hugh
Paper Details
References
  • References26
  • Citations5
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