Experience in surgical treatment of 261 patients with complicated gastroduodenal ulcer is summarized. A new improved method of resection with subtotal excision of the small curvature and selective gastric vagotomy, creation of a gastric stump in the form of a proximal reservoir and distal tubular canal was used. In 144 cases this method was performed as repeated or reconstructive surgery in post-vagotomic ulcers. The follow-up was 5 years, long-term results were evaluated in 166 patients with the Visik scale. Excellent and good results were seen in 151 (91%) patients, satisfactory -- in 13 (7.8%), and a poor result (recurrence of ulcer) -- in 2 (1.2%) patients.