Definition of antrectomy in English:

antrectomy

Syllabification: an·trec·to·my
Pronunciation: /anˈtrektəmē
 
/

noun

Surgical removal of an antrum, especially the antrum of the stomach.
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  • In less advanced cases, the use of hemostatic drugs or endoscopic laser coagulation may be effective, but in advanced cases with severe hemorrhage, antrectomy may be required.
  • For duodenal ulcers, antrectomy may be combined with other surgical procedures that are aimed at reducing the secretion of gastric acid, which is associated with ulcer formation.
  • You also recall the doctor telling you and your husband in a December, 1989, conversation that your husband's problems were ‘abnormal results’ from the vagotomy and antrectomy surgery?

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