Randomized trial of division versus nondivision of short gastric vessels during Nissen fundoplication: 20-year outcomes. Ann Surg 2018; 268: 228-232.
Published: 15th October 2018
Authors: Kinsey-Trotman SP, Devitt PG, Bright T, Thompson SK, Jamieson GG, Watson DI et al.
Some 102 patients were followed for 20 years. There were no differences in the rates of heart burn, satisfaction scores or medication use.Pubmed Link
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