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By Surya S. A. Y. Biere M.D. (auth.), Miguel A. Cuesta, H. Jaap Bonjer (eds.)

The inspiration for this e-book is to provide a scientific description of the main widespread issues taking place within the 3 components of the digestive tract: HPB, top GI and colorectal tracts. each difficulty, from esophageal to the rectum, is defined systematically via or 3 sensible circumstances as has been taken care of by means of genuine surgical practices of authors serving as health care provider practitioners. Description of the case, presentation of indication for surgical procedure, kind of fundamental surgical intervention and problem is defined textually but in addition and by way of scientific indicators, laboratory checks, radiological experiences (CT scans and schematic drawings) and different equipment used for analysis and remedy.

The reader could have entry to a pragmatic e-book within which each present trouble will be simply famous, in addition to appropriate details as consultant for an enough treatment.

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After closure of the defect, the gastric conduit was reanastomosed with the cervical esophagus (Fig. 4). The postoperative course was initially uneventful. However, 2 weeks after reoperation, the patient developed respiratory failure due to vomiting and aspiration in both lungs, resulting in multiple organ failure and subsequent death. 7 Case on Trachea-gastric Conduit Fistula After Esophageal Resection a 41 b Fig. 1 Contrast swallow study shows leakage (arrow) (a) and tracheoscopy showing the fistula opening (b) Fig.

3 Refractory stenosis of the esophagogastrostomy 17 weeks after the operation after multiple dilatations. Precut of benign stenosis later by a dilatation up to 16 mm (Fig. 3). This was again followed by four more endoscopic sessions in which precut and dilatation ware performed. Despite these interventions, symptomatic stenosis recurred within a few days following treatment. At week 30, another precut was done at three sites of the stenosis followed by dilatation up to 17 mm and injection of 1 cc steroids in the submucosa (Kenacort® 10 mg/mL) One more dilatation was performed 4 weeks later and since then the anastomosis remained wide open and easy to be passed with an endoscope (Fig.

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