esophagectomy

(redirected from Oesophagectomy)
Also found in: Medical.
Translations

e·soph·a·gec·to·my

n. esofagectomía, excisión de una porción del esófago.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012
References in periodicals archive ?
Thus, for curative treatment, a transhiatal oesophagectomy with primary anastomosis was performed.
Katrina Zwolak was an instrument nurse in the hospital's theatre when patient Gerry Kemps was brought back into surgery after staff raised concerns that he was bleeding excessively following an oesophagectomy by Patel.
To develop a model to predict risk of postoperative death, Ra J et al [3] sought to identify factors associated with postoperative mortality for Medicare patients undergoing Oesophagectomy for cancer.
The court heard that James Edward Phillips died because his long-standing kidney problems was not treated effectively after Patel conducted an oesophagectomy on him at the Bundaberg Base Hospital in May 2003.
The first chapter examines cardiopulmonary exercise testing, the next three focus on clinical practice: oesophagectomy for carcinoma, anaesthesia for vascular surgery and anaesthesia for the elderly.
We enucleated the mass from the oesophagus except about two inches of oesophagus was very much involved in the tumor so we landed up in doing subtotal oesophagectomy & gastric tube with gastroesophageal anastomosis in the neck on left side.
Giving evidence in the Supreme Court in Brisbane today, Martin Carter said the surgeon told him he was able to competently perform an oesophagectomy on James Edward Phillips in May 2003.
Giving evidence in the Supreme Court in Brisbane today, renal specialist Dr Peter Miach said James Edward Phillips, 46, had too many other major health issues in May 2003 to be a suitable candidate for an oesophagectomy.
Anterior Spinal Artery Syndrome: paraplegia following segmental ischaemic injury to the spinal cord after oesophagectomy. Anaesthesia 1995; 50:345-348.
Patel was the subject of a stipulation order from the Oregon Board of Medical Examiners restricting his participation in major operations including an oesophagectomy and certain abdominal procedures.
During the study, patients awaiting oesophagectomy surgery were randomly assigned to treatment and control groups.