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Laparoscopic Gastrectomy

4-5 tiny incisions ranging in size from 3 mm to 10 mm are used during the minimally invasive laparoscopic procedure, which is carried out under general anesthesia. The procedure is a partial vertical gastrectomy, which involves resecting a portion of the stomach vertically. It includes utilizing specialized mechanical sutures to divide the stomach into two pieces. After isolating the left stomach from its vascular connections with the spleen, which makes up 80–90% of the whole stomach, it is then removed. The portion of the stomach that is still in situ resembles a "Sleeve" and has a capacity of between 100 and 150 ml. The gastric antrum, the last piece of the stomach, is unharmed. The functions of the remaining stomach tissue will be the same as they were before to surgery. It primarily has a restricting effect and also has a metabolic effect. Despite the fact that quicker stomach emptying is seen, this really has no effect on the physiological transit of the food that is consumed. Regarding the portion of the stomach that was excised, the procedure must be regarded as physically irreversible.


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