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Selective vagotomy of the parietal cell mass preserving innervation of the undrained antrum. A preliminary report of results in patients with duodenal ulcer.
Selective vagotomy of the parietal cell mass sparing the innervation of the undrained antrum in treatment of patients with hyperacidity and duodenal ulcer is described. Postoperative gastric emptyingExpand
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 latestExpand
Serial studies of gastric secretion in patients after highly selective (parietal cell) vagotomy without a drainage procedure for duodenal ulcer. II. The insulin test after highly selective vagotomy.
Ninety-seven of 100 insulin tests performed 1 week after highly selective vagotomy (HSV) were negative by Hollander's criteria: 3 were late-positive. In the course of the 1st year after HSV, acidExpand
Causes of death in patients with gastric ulcers.
Of 701 patients with gastric ulcers admitted to hospital within the period 1955-64, 180 died within a five-year period calculated from the time of admission. Causes of death were established atExpand
Factors influencing mortality in patients with bleeding ulcer. Review of 7 years' experience preceding therapeutic endoscopy.
Over a seven-year period 369 patients with a median age of 67 years were admitted with bleeding peptic ulcer and 41% of the patients required emergency surgery. In 37 low risk patients (24%), definedExpand
Experimental studies on the value of the reference substances polyethyleneglycol, bromsulphthalein, and 51-Cr as indicators of the fluid content in the intestinal lumen.
Experimental and clinical studies on the function of the liver, the bile ducts, and the pancreas, together with studies on the motility and absorptive function of the small intestine, are generallyExpand
Clinical Results of Parietal Cell Vagotomy (Highly Selective Vagotomy) Two to Four Years After Operation
In Leeds and Copenhagen 271 patients were treated electively for duodenal ulcer by parietal cell vagotomy without drainage between 1969 and 1972 inclusive, with no operative deaths. 108 patients haveExpand
NONSPECIFIC ABSCESS OF THE LUNG: 129 CASES. I. DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT.
Serial studies of gastric secretion in patients after highly selective (parietal cell) vagotomy without a drainage procedure for duodenal ulcer. I. Effect of highly selective vagotomy on basal and
Serial tests of basal acid output (BAO) and maximal acid output (MAO) were performed in patients with chronic duodenal ulceration, before operation, and 1 week, 2 to 3 months, 6 to 12 months, and 12Expand
Variations in the plasma volume occurring during dumping attacks.
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