May 1, 1977

Treatment of alkaline reflux gastritis. A report of twenty cases

Acta chirurgica Belgica
J De MolJ D'Haveloose

Abstract

The surgical treatment of twenty patients operated for postoperative alkaline reflux gastritis is discussed together with the pathogenesis of this syndrome as a late postoperative surgery syndrome. Diagnostic procedures and results of investigations and treatment were compared with data of the literature. Surgical treatment is of great benefit. The different surgical technics should be used according their own indication.

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Marginal Ulcer
Postoperative Hemorrhage
Gastrostomy
Postoperative Complications
Jejunum
Gastritis

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