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Early gastric cancer and symtoms

Ryouchi Tomita, Seigo Igarashi, Shigeru Fujisaki, Takeshi Kusafuka
BACKGROUND/AIMS: Vagal nerve and pylorus-preserving nearly total gastrectomy reconstructed by interposition of a jejunal J pouch (hereinafter called NTGP) is a function-preserving operation for early gastric cancer. However, some patients after NTGP have suffered from postprandial food stasis in the substitute stomach, and postprandial stasis leads to abdominal symptoms. To clarify the clinical effect of mosapride citrate (hereinafter called MS) for prevention of food stasis in the substitute stomach for patients after NTGP, we studied the clinical effects of MS before and after administration of MS...
March 2008: Hepato-gastroenterology
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