Management of Marginal Ulcers after Roux and Y Gastric Bypass

Stomal ulcer after gastric bypass is the result of acid production in the bypassed stomach in the presence of a gastrogastric fistula. Separation of the gastric pouch from the main stomach decreases the incidence of fistula formation and stomal ulcer but does not eliminate it. Interposition of a well vascularized organ, the jejunum between the pouch and main stomach, is an attractive solution for patients who require remedial operations on the stomach and possibly for primary operations as well.

 

 

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