The Surgical Treatment of Carcinoma in the Operated Stomach View Full Text


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DATE

1989

AUTHORS

P. Langhans , G. Heidl

ABSTRACT

In the more than 100-year history of gastric surgery, an enormous number of clinical and experimental studies laid the groundwork for the effective surgical treatment of ulcers in practice today. Despite this, all surgical procedures continue to have undesirable side effects. These may take the form of early and late complications with a considerable number of symptoms and signs; they may cause general insufficiencies; or they may bring about slowly progressing chronic changes in gastric morphology. While the results of gastric surgery and the early consequences of ulcer surgery remain clear to the individual surgeon and gastroenterologist, no one reckoned with the most dangerous and insidious late complication associated with the latter — carcinoma in the operated stomach. This tumor develops only after an average postoperative interval of 25 years and therefore easily eludes individual detection.1 More... »

PAGES

84-97

Book

TITLE

Gastric Carcinoma

ISBN

978-0-387-96955-8
978-1-4612-3636-8

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-1-4612-3636-8_8

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4612-3636-8_8

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