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Interventional radiology for post-gastrectomy complications
International Journal of Gastrointestinal Intervention
A B S T R A C T Complications following gastrectomy can be life-threatening, but, they are commonly managed by interventional radiology. This review describes possible complications after gastrectomy by dividing them into vascular and non-vascular categories. Vascular complications are mostly arterial bleeding and varix bleeding. Non-vascular complications comprise abscess, fistula, benign anastomotic stricture, and malignant obstruction, e.g. afferent loop syndrome, by tumor recurrence.doi:10.18528/ijgii180020 fatcat:vof2hqoagfghldoamgszbdkayy