Preoperative imaging and prediction of oesophageal conduit necrosis after oesophagectomy for cancer. BJS 2017; 104: 1346-1354.
Published: 11th May 2017
Authors: P. Lainas, D. Fuks, S. Gaujoux, Z. Machroub, A. Fregeville, T. Perniceni et al.
Oesophageal conduit necrosis following oesophagectomy is a rare but life‐threatening complication. The present study aimed to assess the impact of coeliac axis stenosis on outcomes after oesophagectomy for cancer.
The study included consecutive patients who had an Ivor Lewis procedure with curative intent for middle‐ and lower‐third oesophageal cancer at two tertiary referral centres. All patients underwent preoperative multidetector
Some 481 patients underwent an Ivor Lewis procedure. Of these, ten (2·1 per cent) developed oesophageal conduit necrosis after surgery. Coeliac artery evaluation revealed a completely normal artery in 431 patients (91·5 per cent) in the group without conduit necrosis and in one (10 per cent) with necrosis (
This study suggests that oesophageal conduit necrosis after oesophagectomy for cancer may be due to pre‐existing coeliac axis stenosis.Read more
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