Delayed Gastric Emptying Should Not Hold Up Antireflux Surgery

Thompson, Jon S.
December 2001
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Dec2001, Vol. 96 Issue 12, p3235
Academic Journal
Discusses research being done on the impact of delayed gastric emptying on the outcome of antireflux surgery. Reference to a study by J. E. Bais, M. Samson, E. A. Boudesteijn, et al published in the 2001 issue of "Annals of Surgery"; Effect of fundoplication on gastric emptying; Findings of the study.


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