Quality of life following laparoscopic anterior 90 degrees versus Nissen fundoplication: results from a multicenter randomized trial.

@article{Woodcock2006QualityOL,
  title={Quality of life following laparoscopic anterior 90 degrees versus Nissen fundoplication: results from a multicenter randomized trial.},
  author={Sean A A Woodcock and David I. Watson and Carolyn J. Lally and Stephen K. Archer and Justin R. Bessell and Michael Booth and Richard J Cade and Graham L Cullingford and Peter G. Devitt and David R. Fletcher and James Hurley and G. G. C. Jamieson and George K Kiroff and Christopher J. Martin and Ian J G Martin and Leslie K. Nathanson and John Albert Windsor},
  journal={World journal of surgery},
  year={2006},
  volume={30 10},
  pages={1856-63}
}
BACKGROUND The short-term clinical outcomes from a multicenter prospective randomized trial of laparoscopic Nissen versus anterior 90 degrees partial fundoplication have been reported previously. These demonstrated a high level of satisfaction with the overall outcome following anterior 90 degrees fundoplication. However, the results of postoperative… CONTINUE READING