Collis-Nissen Procedure in Patients with Esophageal Atresia: Long-term Evaluation View Full Text


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2002-10-01

AUTHORS

Hisayoshi Kawahara, Kenji Imura, Makoto Yagi, Akio Kubota, Akira Okada

ABSTRACT

A subset of patients with esophageal atresia (EA) have an associated short esophagus and require an antireflux procedure. The Collis-Nissen procedure, which consists of a combination of Collis gastroplasty and Nissen fundoplication, is considered an option in such conditions. The long-term results of EA patients undergoing this procedure have rarely been reported. The results of the Collis-Nissen procedure were examined in four EA patients with follow-up for an average of 9 years. The Collis-Nissen procedure was conducted concurrently with segmental esophageal resection for an associated congenital esophageal stenosis close to the esophagogastric junction in two postoperative Gross type C patients (7 months, 2 years), as an antireflux operation in a postoperative Gross type A patient with an unreducible sliding hiatal hernia (10 years), and with primary repair of EA in a Gross type A patient with a long gap (4 months). There were no significant complications except minor anastomotic leakage and an anastomotic stenosis that required postoperative dilation. Significant reflux was negative, as shown by an upper gastrointestinal study and scintigraphy. Limited esophagitis just above the esophagogastric junction was observed in a Gross type A patient with a long mediastinal gastric segment. Swallow-related pressure reduction at the wrapping cuff was detected by manometric examination. The Collis-Nissen procedure is a useful option for treating EA patients who require esophageal lengthening and control of gastroesophageal reflux. More... »

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