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DATE

1994

AUTHORS

Glyn G. Jamieson

ABSTRACT

The long-term results of modern antireflux surgery are excellent. A failure rate of 10–20% over a long period of time, however, has been recorded with all operations currently undertaken. The majority of these failures occur in the first 2 years after operation. The commonest cause is recurrence of the original problem, i.e. recurrent reflux. In a smaller proportion of patients, there may be new problems such as dysphagia or chronic abdominal pain. More... »

PAGES

316-319

Book

TITLE

Surgery of the Upper Gastrointestinal Tract

ISBN

978-0-412-53550-5
978-1-4899-6621-6

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