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Experience with colonic replacement for resected distal esophagus and proximal stomach in patients with bleeding varices due to extrahepatic portal hypertension has been reviewed in 5 patients previously reported in 1958 and in 6 new patients.
The “long-term” palliation provided by the procedure prompts us to recommend its further use in selected cases.
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- Colonic replacement of distal esophagus and proximal stomach in the management of bleeding varices in children.Ann. Surg. 1958; 147: 17
Received: June 15, 1964
© 1965 Published by Elsevier Inc.