Jejunal interposition for reflux esophagitis and esophageal stricture unresponsive to valvuloplasty

Since I worked for many years as a member of the late Professor J. Imre's esophageal team at the Department of Surgery, University Medical School of Szeged, Hungary, I would like to comment on some technical considerations with regard to Dr. Polk's paper dealing with the surgical treatment of esophageal peptic strictures (World J. Surg. 4:731, 1980). We… CONTINUE READING