Esophageal reconstruction after cancer surgery the esophagus is the narrow tube that connects your mouth to your stomach if your doctor recommends esophageal surgery to treat your cancer the doctor may remove all or part of your esophagus the size and location of the tumor determines how much of the esophagus the doctor will take out. Reconstructive surgery of the esophagus is clearly and succinctly written while it draws heavily on the authors considerable experience one of the attractions of this book is that it is clearly evidence based and as well as being liberally referenced the key references and their conclusions are highlighted in tabular form in each chapter. Reconstructive surgery of the esophagus allows the reader to take a fresh look at a subject that is mired in history and convention the result is an honest examination of current dogma providing a basis for rational decision making. Esophageal reconstruction using colon graft was investigated in this review since the first use of the colon for esophageal reconstruction by kelling and vulliet the colon reconstruction became a reliable surgical option to reconstruct partially or totally the esophagus. Reconstructive surgery is usually done at the same time as surgery to remove the tumour in the esophagus reconstructive surgery helps the gastrointestinal gi tract work as normally as possible after the cancer is removed the type of reconstructive surgery done is based on your personal needs your overall health the location and size of
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