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Follow-up of 100 patients five to eight years after parietal cell vagotomy
Recurrent ulcer developed in 9 out of 100 patients followed up for 5 to 8 years after parietal cell vagotomy (PCV) for duodenal ulcer. The time of recurrence was often surprisingly late, the latest
Factors influencing mortality in patients with bleeding ulcer. Review of 7 years' experience preceding therapeutic endoscopy.
TLDR
Though surgery controls life-threatening hemorrhage, it is badly tolerated in the many poor-risk patients, and an evaluation of other efficient methods carrying a lower risk of lethal complications seems justified.
Causes of death in patients with gastric ulcers.
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The study gives no support to that theory that benign gastric ulcers are prone to malignant degeneration, and mortality from suicide was significantly higher than expected in women and in men.
Experimental studies on the value of the reference substances polyethyleneglycol, bromsulphthalein, and 51-Cr as indicators of the fluid content in the intestinal lumen.
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It is shown that calculation of total intestinal content based on the concentration of non-absorbable markers in the aspirate may give values which are up to 50 % too high.
Clinical Results of Parietal Cell Vagotomy (Highly Selective Vagotomy) Two to Four Years After Operation
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Uncontrolled comparison with the results of partial gastrectomy and of vagotomy with drainage, as performed at Leeds and Copenhagen has shown that after parietal cell vagotomy without drainage there is a much lower incidence of dumping, diarrhea and bile vomiting, and, on overall assessment, a greater proportion of perfect or very good results.
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