- Gastrocele: a rare cause of pain abdomen after colonic bypass for corrosive stricture esophagus. [Case Reports]Dis Esophagus 2016; 29(8):1162-1163DE
- Gastrocele complicates the course of non-operated severe caustic injuries: operative strategies. [Journal Article]World J Surg 2014; 38(5):1233-7WJ
- CONCLUSIONS: Gastrocele should be suspected in patients with stage III gastric and esophageal injuries who have been treated by conservative management and are still vomiting more than 1 week postingestion. A two-staged surgical strategy of antrectomy followed by a postponed esophageal stricture treatment was found to be safe and effective for these patients.