[Improvement in the immediate and late results of gastric resection in patients with gastroduodenal ulcers].Vestn Khir Im I I Grek. 1991 May; 146(5):22-5.VK
An analysis of treatment of 420 patients following distal (406) and proximal (14) resections of the stomach for gastroduodenal ulcers was made. No incompetence of the stump sutures of the duodenum, stomach and anastomoses was noted. The dumping syndrome was observed in 2.8%, reflux gastritis in 5.1% of the patients. Results of the surgical treatment of ulcer disease were improved by using original methods of distal resection of the stomach with the formation of an artificial constrictor of the gastric stump and a reflux esophagogastric anastomosis.