A modification of Pavlov’s surgical procedure for preparing an esophageal fistula is described, including the method of feeding and after-care, preserving the life of the animal without loss of weight.
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Gantt, W.H., Brown, E. & Paré, W.P. Preparation and postoperative care of an esophageal fistula in the dog. Conditional Reflex 3, 263–268 (1968). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03000096
- Digestive Gland
- Esophageal Lesion
- Bryn Mawr
- Esophageal Fistula