Atlas of Gastroenterological Endoscopy
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Gastrectomy Gastrectomy
The anastomosis is created between the esophagus and the jejunum interposition. Endoscopy prooves free passage and documents comlete tumor remission Gastrectomy for extensive gastric carcinoma with an artificial stomach created by interposition of jejunum. Efferent and afferent loops are visible in the background.
Gastrectomy on x ray
The lower esophagus has been anastomosized with a jejunum loop, which is used as a "neo" stomach.
Move the mouses arrow onto the picture to colour the esophagus in red and the gastric substitute in blue.