enterectomy


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enterectomy

(ˌɛntəˈrɛktəmɪ)
n, pl -mies
(Surgery) surgical excision of part of the intestine
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A 67-year-old male with a history of complicated open prostatectomy requiring enterectomy with anastomosis presented with profuse black tarry stools.
The patient underwent bronchofibroscopy and an exploratory laparoscopy with enterectomy. The cytology of the bronchial aspirate and histology of the ileal enterectomy were consistent with squamous cell carcinoma of the lung with intestinal metastasis, respectively (Figure 2a, 2b, respectively).
We performed an enterectomy, about 20 cm of ileum, and an end-ileostomy with a mucous fistula on the distal ileum, saline lavage, four drainages, and a laparostomy.
These conditions often require exploratory laparotomy, rumenotomy, diaphragmatic herniorrhaphy, abomasotomy, enterectomy and anastomosis.
A radical enterectomy was performed with an end-to-end manual anastomosis together with partial pelvic peritonectomy and the placement of one abdominal drain tube.
We present the case of a 71-year-old woman with a history of human immunodeficiency virus infection who was diagnosed postmortem with intestinal aspergillosis after histological examination of a segmental enterectomy piece.
A partial enterectomy and an end-to-end anastomosis of the small bowel were performed.
A recent case report describes acute bowel ischemia following thrombosis of the superior mesenteric artery in pregnant women after RYGB with loss of the fetus, several acute laparotomies, and subtotal enterectomy, preserving the first 20 cm of the jejunum [66].
The hepatic IOUS was performed in all dogs with liver or spleen tumors; splenic IOUS was performed in dog number 5 due to lesions were not identified by the surgeon despite visible by preoperative transabdominal ultrasonography; and intestinal IOUS was performed in dog number 4 to help define margins for enterectomy.