Direct Outcomes of Nonrefluxing Enteroenterostomy Technique after Gastrectomy

Alexei L. Charyshkin, PhD, ScD*¹, Vyacheslav Y. Gudoshnikov²

¹Institute of Medicine, Ecology and Physical Education, Ulyanovsk, Russian Federation

²Regional Oncology Center, Penza, Russian Federation

*Corresponding author: Prof. Alexei L. Charyshkin, PhD, ScD, Head of the Faculty Surgery Department, Institute of Medicine, Ecology and Physical Edcation, Ulyanovsk State University. 75, Ryabikov str., apt. 86, 432073, Ulyanovsk, Russian Federation. Tel: 7-9510-966093.E-mail:


In this study, we evaluate the direct outcomes of nonrefluxing enteroenterostomy technique after gastrectomy in patients with stomach cancer. Application of nonrefluxing enteroenterostomy technique after gastrectomy in patients with stomach cancer allows to eliminate the risk of adducent loop syndrome (ALS) development and reduce risk of postoperative pancreatitis by 3.3%. 

stomach cancer;enteroenterostomy; gastrectomy; adducent loop syndrome; acute pancreatitis.
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