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Ulcus-Therapie pp 185-202 | Cite as

Therapeutisches Prinzip: Pyloroplastik

  • A. Hollinger
  • F. Largiadèr
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Zusammenfassung

Unter einer Drainageoperation des Magens versteht man jeden chirurgischen Eingriff, der die Magenentleerung erleichtert. Die Pyloroplastiken gehören zu den Drainageoperationen.

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  • F. Largiadèr

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