The study analyzes the benefits related to the gastroduodenojejunoplasty (GDJP) according to Soupault & Bucaille, adopted as the corrective treatment of the Billroth II gastric resection syndrome in those cases resistant to the dieting-pharmacological supports. Our experience is based on 18 cases (13 males, 5 females, mean age 39 yrs), treated from 1982 to 1987 with GDJP for a gastric resection syndrome. The patients were observed 5 years after their resection: 10 presented with an atrophic gastritis/gastric atrophy and all had a diffuse acute phlogosis in presence of biliary storage. Manual anastomoses were performed in the first 8 cases, while staplers were used in the remaining cases. Results were quite satisfying; no operative mortality or specific complications, nor pain and biliary vomiting were registered; 14 patients over 18 (77%) gained weight significantly; only 1 patient reported low-intense early "dumping-like" symptoms easily controlled by medical therapy. Endoscopy showed no biliary reflux in all cases. Biopsies of the stump, carried on before and after the GDJP intervention, showed a marked reduction of the inflammatory aspects in 76% (13) of the patients. Among the 10 patients with atrophic gastritis/gastric atrophy, only 2 (20%) presented a significant increase in the number of gastric parietal cells and gastric principal cells.

L'intervento di Soupault-Bucaille nella correzione delle sindromi da gastroresezione secondo Billroth II / Campana, Francesco Paolo; Raschellà, Gf; Marchesi, Maurizio; Palazzini, Giorgio; Catania, Antonio; Grilli, Paola; Marini, C; Marini, P; Sparagna, A; Tartaglia, Francesco; Corbellini, Luciano. - In: IL GIORNALE DI CHIRURGIA. - ISSN 0391-9005. - STAMPA. - 13:4(1984), pp. 174-176.

L'intervento di Soupault-Bucaille nella correzione delle sindromi da gastroresezione secondo Billroth II.

CAMPANA, Francesco Paolo;MARCHESI, Maurizio;PALAZZINI, Giorgio;CATANIA, Antonio;GRILLI, Paola;TARTAGLIA, Francesco;CORBELLINI, Luciano
1984

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The study analyzes the benefits related to the gastroduodenojejunoplasty (GDJP) according to Soupault & Bucaille, adopted as the corrective treatment of the Billroth II gastric resection syndrome in those cases resistant to the dieting-pharmacological supports. Our experience is based on 18 cases (13 males, 5 females, mean age 39 yrs), treated from 1982 to 1987 with GDJP for a gastric resection syndrome. The patients were observed 5 years after their resection: 10 presented with an atrophic gastritis/gastric atrophy and all had a diffuse acute phlogosis in presence of biliary storage. Manual anastomoses were performed in the first 8 cases, while staplers were used in the remaining cases. Results were quite satisfying; no operative mortality or specific complications, nor pain and biliary vomiting were registered; 14 patients over 18 (77%) gained weight significantly; only 1 patient reported low-intense early "dumping-like" symptoms easily controlled by medical therapy. Endoscopy showed no biliary reflux in all cases. Biopsies of the stump, carried on before and after the GDJP intervention, showed a marked reduction of the inflammatory aspects in 76% (13) of the patients. Among the 10 patients with atrophic gastritis/gastric atrophy, only 2 (20%) presented a significant increase in the number of gastric parietal cells and gastric principal cells.
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