What is a gastrectomy?
Gastrectomy is surgery to remove part or all of the stomach.
Two prominent uses of gastrectomy today are stomach cancer and obesity surgery. Apart from that, they can recommend it for treatment. In addition, it can be preferred in the treatment of type-2 diabetes and gastroparesis (gastric emptying problem).
Nutrition after gastrectomy differs from before; Although foods are partially digested differently, eating and drinking can continue normally. While the portions are very small at first, they are enlarged in a controlled manner over time. It may take some time to recover and get used to a new diet.
In our article, you can find information about the types of gastrectomy, its aftermath and the risk of complications.
What are the types of gastrectomy?
In gastrectomy operation, all or part of the stomach is removed.
There are three main types of gastrectomy:
Total gastrectomy where the entire stomach is removed
Partial gastrectomy in which part of the stomach is removed
Sleeve gastrectomy in which a portion of the left side of the stomach is removed to reduce the size of the organ============================================
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