How is a Billroth II operation performed

Partial gastrectomy with Billroth II resection and alternative methods

Gastric surgery pp 50-70 | Cite as

Part of the The Practice of Surgery book series (PRAXCHIR)

Summary

Partial gastric resection means resection of the distal 50–80% of the stomach and closure of the duodenal stump. The gastrointestinal passage is restored by a gastrojejunostomy. Since the original Billroth method, a large number of different reconstruction options have been given. All forms of distal gastric resection with gastrojejunostomy are summarized under the umbrella term Billroth II reconstruction.

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