Ph.D. Lars Lundell M.D.

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In a prospective, randomized, clinical trial, we compared a partial (180–200‡, Toupet) with a total fundoplication (360‡, Rossetti) in the surgical treatment of gastroesophageal reflux disease.(More)
Laparoscopic Nissen fundoplication is currently the most commonly practiced antireflux operation. Some adverse consequences of the operation remain in the form of mechanical side effects, labeled(More)
With the objective of further optimizing the outcome of antireflux surgery, we have studied the importance of dividing the short gastric vessels when performing a laparoscopic total fundoplication.(More)
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