Alkaline reflux gastritis: a critical reappraisal

  • Published 2006

Abstract

Epigastric pain and bile vomiting as a sequel to the creation of a gastroenteric stoma form a vexing clinical problem as old as gastric surgery itself. In 1881, Wolflerl commented on this association in a patient who had undergone a gastroenterostomy and, shortly thereafter, Billroth2 reported a second case after a gastric resection. Seventy years later… (More)

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