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fundoplication n.

fundoplication n.

fundoplication n.

Laparoscopic Nissen fundoplication

Difficult Ventilation During Laparoscopic Fundoplication

Acute Chest Presentation following a Laparoscopic Nissen Fundoplication

Is an intra-oesophageal bougie of use during Nissen fundoplication?

Clinical features and oesophageal motility in patients with tight fundoplication

Does previous fundoplication alter the surgical approach to esophageal adenocarcinoma?

Transoral incision free fundoplication (TIF) – A new paradigm in the surgical treatment of GERD

Herniation of an abdominal antireflux fundoplication into the chest: what does it mean?

Dramatical Recovery of a Mechanical Ventilatory Dependent Extremely Low Birth Weight Premature Infant After Nissen Fundoplication

Comparison of thoracoscopic and laproscopic esophagomyotomy with fundoplication for primary motility disorders

Results of Collis gastroplasty and selective fundoplication, using a left thoracoabdominal approach, for failed antireflux surgery

The place of Belsey Mark IV fundoplication in the era of laparoscopic surgery

Comparison of long-term results of total fundoplication gastroplasty and Belsey Mark IV antireflux operations in relation to the severity of oesophagitis

The incidence of gastroesophageal reflux after transthoracic esophagocardio-myotomy without fundoplication: a long term follow-up

Results of left thoracoscopic Collis gastroplasty with laparoscopic Nissen fundoplication for the surgical treatment of true short oesophagus in gastro-oesophageal reflux disease and Type III–IV hiatal hernia

 

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n. a surgical operation for gastro-oesophageal reflux disease in which the upper part of the stomach is wrapped around the lower oesophagus. Nissen fundoplication (named after Swiss surgeon Rudolf Nissen, 1896–1981) consists of a complete (360-degree) wrap; toupe fundoplication is a partial (270-degree) wrap. Fundoplication is now more often performed laparoscopically than via open surgery.

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