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Original Article Treatment of postoperative intrathoracic reconstruction after digestive tract fistula in esophageal and cardiac carcinoma
Int J Clin Exp Med
Objective: Anastomotic leakage and thoracic-gastric leakage, collectively known as leakage of the tho-racic esophageal anastomosis, remains one of the most severe postoperative complications of esophagoctomy and esophagogastrostomy. We proposed and tested a treatment strategy consisting of staging and fistulation. Methods: The clinical records of 23 patients with intrathoracic reconstruction fistula after esophagectomy or esophagogas-trostomy from 1998 to 2014 were analyzed retrospectively. Wefatcat:ubhur7mstrhyloazcuoaj73ez4