[Status of the emptying function of the stomach in patients with duodenal ulcer after vagotomy with draining operations].Vestn Khir Im I I Grek. 1989 Sep; 143(9):26-9.VK
Choice of draining operations for treatment of duodenal ulcer by vagotomy is greatly responsible for the evacuatory function of the stomach in the early and remote periods after operation. In patients with stenosis of the duodenum, low localization of ulcer and considerable scarring process in the ulcer area pyloroplasty after Finney and gastroduodenoanastomosis after Jaboulay are considered to be most advantageous draining operations of the stomach. If the operations are not possible technically, shortloop gastrojejunostomy is expedient. Pyloroplasty after Heinicke-Mikulicz is admissible in patients with ulcer of the duodenal bulb in patients with not disturbed evacuation from the stomach.