Operations to Replace or Bypass the Esophagus Colon or Jejunum Interposition
Esophageal replacement by colon or jejunal interposition is used in selected cases of benign disease to avoid long-term morbidity associated with gastric pull-up. This chapter details the construction of these conduits.
KeywordsVascular Pedicle Thoracic Esophagus Middle Colic Artery Jejunal Interposition Jejunal Segment
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