Giant hiatal hernia with gastric volvulus complicating pneumonectomy.

Abstract

Gastric volvulus is a potentially lethal condition. Pneumonectomy patients have decreased physiologic reserve, and thus they are more susceptible to morbidity and mortality from postoperative complications. We report successful management of a patient with hiatal hernia that resulted in acute gastric volvulus after left pneumonectomy. 

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