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Highly selective vagotomy

L. F. Hollender

Highly selective vagotomy

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Published by Masson Pub. USA in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vagotomy.,
  • Peptic ulcer -- Surgery.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementL. F. Hollender, A. Marrie ; preface by J. L. Lortat-Jacob ; English translation and adaptation by David State.
    ContributionsMarrie, A., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRD540.57 .H6413
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 135 p. :
    Number of Pages135
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4745544M
    ISBN 100893520268
    LC Control Number78061475


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Highly Selective Vagotomy A highly selective vagotomy is performed along the lesser curvature to reduce acid secretion and provide protection from the development of cologastric anastomotic ulcers. From: Shackelford's Surgery of the Alimentary Tract, 2 Volume Set (Eighth Edition), Highly Selective Vagotomy (HSV, Parietal Cell Vagotomy, Proximal Vagotomy) Division of the fibers supplying the parietal cell of the fundus and body, preserving the “crow's foot” fibers that innervate the antrum and pylorus, thus eliminating the need for a draining procedure.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Revised translation of the author's La vagotomie supra-selective. Description: viii, pages. Highly selective vagotomy (HSV) was performed in patients over 12 years for the surgical management of duodenal ulceration; HSVs were carried out during the treatment of complications.

The overall rate of ulcer recurrence was 7%, ranging from 10% in the first 4 years to 4% in the 6 years between and Cited by: Laparoscopic highly selective vagotomy is feasible, safe, requires a brief hospital stay, and produces short-term results comparable with open surgery.

Discover the world's research. Highly selective (parietal cell or proximal gastric) vagotomy is an accepted procedure for the elective treatment of duodenal ulcer The traditional (open) approach to this operation has all but disappeared for elective cases, as indicated above.

In FebruaryFile Size: 2MB. Highly selective vagotomy. Like Highly selective vagotomy book selective vagotomy, this type involves only cutting the part of the vagus nerve that directly affects your stomach, preserving many of.

The effect of fat in the duodenum on gastric secretion before and after truncal vagotomy and highly selective vagotomy in man. Brit. Highly selective vagotomy book Surg. 59, () PubMed Google Scholar Martin, F., Macleod, I.

B., Sircus, W.: Effects of antrectomy on the fundic mucosa of the by: 7. Highly Selective Vagotomy The main vagal trunks are dissected and looped as described for truncal vagotomy. The hepatic branch of the anterior vagus and the celiac branch of the posterior vagus are.

Home Books Zollinger's Atlas of Surgical Operations, 10e. (selective vagotomy), or divided so that only the branches to the upper two-thirds of the stomach are interrupted, while the nerves of Latarjet, innervating the antrum or lower one-third, as well as the celiac and hepatic branches, are retained (proximal gastric vagotomy).

Laparoscopic highly selective vagotomy usually is an elective procedure. The preoperative evaluation might include blood work, urinalysis, a barium swallow x-ray, and endoscopy (looking down your throat with a scope).

If you smoke, then you should stop immediately. Proximal gastric vagotomy (PGV) selectively denervates the acid-producing part of the stomach (the body and fundus). The operation preserves the vagal innervation of the antrum and pylorus, making a gastric drainage procedure unnecessary.

The operation is sometimes also referred to as highly selective vagotomy (HSV) or parietal cell vagotomy (PCV).Author: Haile T. Debas. Highly selective vagotomy is indicated for the treatment of intractable duodenal ulcers because, unlike truncal vagotomy, it does not require a drainage procedure.

It has also been used in the emergent treatment of bleeding or perforated duodenal ulcers in stable patients. Selective (total gastric) vagotomy. The main vagal trunks are dissected to the point where the branch leading to the biliary tree divides, and there is a cut at the section of vagus close to the hepatic branch.

This procedure is rarely indicated or performed. Highly selective vagotomy (HSV). Highly selective vagotomy (HSV) All types of vagotomy can be performed at open surgery (laparotomy) or by using a minimally invasive approach (laparoscopic or robotic).

For the management of PUD, vagotomy is sometimes combined with antrectomy (removal of the distal half of the stomach) to reduce the rate of recurrence. Highly selective vagotomy created in the performance of gastroenterostomy or of Polya partial gastrectomy.

Postoperative recovery after HSV is usually smooth, ileus being very rare, and in Leeds we dispense both with the intravenous drip andwith nasogastric suction fromthe endofthe anaesthetic. Do these undrained stomachs empty satisfactorily.

The answer is an Cited by: Anterior highly selective vagotomy with posterior truncal vagotomy: a simple technique for denervating the parietal cell mass. Br J Surg ; Ashley SW, Evoy D, Daly JM. highly selective vagotomy division of only those vagal fibers supplying the acid-secreting glands of the stomach, with preservation of those supplying the antrum as well as of the hepatic and celiac branches.

Should highly selective vagotomy be added to antireflux surgery. H.J. Stein, W.K.H. Kauer, J.R. Siewert (Munich) With wider use of laparoscopic antireflux surgery, failed antireflux procedures are likely to become more common.

We analyzed the causes of failure, management strategies, and outcome in a consecutive series of patients with. Incomplete vagotomy is the single most common cause of ulcer recurrence. Completeness of vagotomy was assessed postoperatively in 17 patients using the congo red test.

Various types of vagotomies included truncal vagotomy and gastrojejenostomy in 6, highly selective vagotomy in 5, truncal. Presented by Gifty S Abraham at the SS Gastric held during the SAGES Annual Meeting in Houston, TX on Wednesday, Ma   Highly selective (or parietal cell) vagotomy divides only the fibers to the parietal cells of the stomach, preserving innervation to the gastric antrum.

Because truncal vagotomy and selective vagotomy denervate the antrum, a drainage procedure, such as pyloroplasty, must be performed. Highly selective vagotomy includes denervation of only the fundus and body (parietal cell-containing areas) of the stomach (also called parietal cell vagotomy).

It preserves the nerve supply of the antrum and pylorus; a pyloric drainage procedure is not needed. It does not denervate the liver, biliary tree, pancreas, or small and large : This was the starting point for the develop­ ment of selective proximal vagotomy (SPV).

Between and the SPY technique was developed to the extent that it. Vagotomy is a surgical procedure that involves disconnection of the branches of the vagus nerve, in order to disable the production and slow down the secretion of stomach acid.

Depending upon the type of Vagotomy procedure involved, following are the other names alternatively used: Highly-Selective Vagotomy; Parietal Cell Vagotomy; Selective. Thoracoscopic vagotomy: Carried out with the third, sixth, and seventh left intercostal spaces, the posterior vagus trunk is isolated, clipped, along with a segment excised.

Highly selective vagotomy (HSV): HSV selectively deprives the parietal cells of vagal nerves, and lessens their sensitivity to stimulation and also the discharge of acid. Highly Selective Vagotomy and Pyloroplasty: An Educational Video - Duration: Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) 8, views.

Highly Selective Vagotomy in the Management of Perforated Duodenal Ulcer. Author(s): Manenti A. Abstract. In the emergency treatment of a perforated duodenal ulcer (DU), after surgical closure of the perforation and treatment of the secondary peritonitis, higly selective vagotomy(HSV) is a valid therapy to prevent recurrence of the underlying.

Awad W, Csendes A, Braghetto I. Laparoscopic highly selective vagotomy: technical considerations and preliminary results in patients with duodenal ulcer or gastroesophageal reflux disease. World J Surg ; 8. Johnston D, Wilkinson A. Highly selective vagotomy without a drainage procedure in the treatment of duodenal ulcer.

years. The operation of highly selective vagotomy (HSV), also known as proximal gastric vagotomy or better still as parietal cell vagotomy, was first performed in at two different centres, one being at Leeds, and the other at Copenhagen) Since its introduction, HSV has stood the test of time and number of studies have shown it to be an.

Selective gastric vagotomy is the procedure in which only nerves that innervate the stomach are severed. The problem connected to vagotomy is that it considerably affects stomach motility and because of that further surgical procedures such as pyloroplasty or gastroenterostomy are required.

– Plain English Descriptions for Procedures. Vagotomy including pyloroplasty, with or without gastrostomy; truncal or selective. Vagotomy including pyloroplasty, with or without gastrostomy; parietal cell (highly selective) Plain English Description.

The vagus nerve is the tenth cranial. In The Highly Selective Dictionary for the Extraordinarily Literate, Eugene Ehrlich pulls no punches about his book and its companion, The Highly Selective Thesaurus for the Extraordinarily Literate, are prescriptive rather than descriptive, dedicated to recording language as it should be rather than how it often the preface, Ehrlich announces that he means his book to be an /5(41).

Vagotomy: Truncal and Highly Selective. Highly selective vagotomy (HSV) is defined as the division of the gastric branches of the nerves of Latarjet.

The nerves of Latarjet, celiac division of posterior vagus, and hepatic division of anterior vagus are preserved. Therefore, cholinergic stimulation is selectively eliminated to reduce acid. Get this from a library.

Highly selective vagotomy and Nissen fundoplication. [Avram M Cooperman; Stanley O Hoerr; Videosurgery.;] -- (Critical) This program presents the surgical techniques of a supra selective vagotomy and fundoplication. The entire presentation emphasizes operative technique with very little discussion of.

Laparoscopic highly selective vagotomy. Hepatogastroenterology. ; 46(27) (ISSN: ) Cadiere GB; Bruyns J; Himpens J; Van Alphen P; Verturyen M. BACKGROUND/AIMS: Ten percent of our population has had a gastroduodenal ulcer. Medical treatment heals ulcers in 90% of the cases but they recur in % of the patients.

Define highly selective vagotomy. highly selective vagotomy synonyms, highly selective vagotomy pronunciation, highly selective vagotomy translation, English dictionary definition of highly selective vagotomy.

vagotomies Surgical division of fibers of the vagus nerve, used to diminish acid secretion of the stomach and control a. gastric outlet obstruction with highly selective vagotomy and gastrojejunostomy. Methods. This retrospective clinical study included 13 patients with peptic ulcer – induced gas-tric outlet obstruction operated with higly selective vagot-omy and gastrojejunostomy.

A 3-year follow-up was con-ducted including clinical interview and upper. vagotomy • Division of the vagus nerve remove the cephalic stimulus to oxyntic cells; acid secretion reduce by 60%.

• Types; • Truncal vagotomy and drainage • Selective vagotomy • Highly selective vagotomy • Posterior Truncal vagotomy and anterior seromyotomy (Taylor’s)   The decrease in oxygen tension of the gastric mucosa below and in the vicinity of the seromuscular incision was similar to that of the rest of the fundus.

One year to 18 months after application of highly selective transgastric vagotomy in 74 patients with uncomplicated duodenal ulcers, the mortality was zero and the morbidity by: 6. highly selective vagotomy translation in English-French dictionary. fr Nous nous sommes livrés à l'étude pré-opératoire des malades présentant un ulcère duodénal et à celle des opérés qui subirent une vagotomie hypersélective, une gastrectomie de type Polya, une vagotomie tronculaire et une pyloroplastie, une vagotomie tronculaire et une gastro-jéjunostomie pour 1) apprécier.Vagotomy technique was therefore improved by restricting resection to only those branches that go to the stomach (selective vagotomy), and further by selecting only those branches that appear to supply peptic cells (highly selective vagotomy).

Humans have two vagus nerves, whose fibres decussate and intermingle around the stomach. Accordingly.Laparoscopic highly selective (anterior and posterior) vagotomy was performed in 11 patients for duodenal ulcer (n = 10) and duodenal ulcer with prepyloric ulcer (n = 1).

All patients were endoscoped both pre- and postoperatively. There were no perioperative by: 2.