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Vol. 8, Issue 2, Part A (2024)

Manometric evidence of reversal of ineffective esophageal motility in patients of GERD after laparoscopic partial Toupet’s fundoplication

Author(s): Frenali Gheewala, Dinesh Prasad, Jigar Ratnottar and Rishabh Patadiya
Abstract: GERD is the most common benign condition of the esophagus, which is characterized by progressive worsening of symptoms until they are frequent, persistent, and troublesome. Treatment of GERD consists of medical and surgical interventions. Here we present a case study of a patient with GERD symptoms with absent contractility/ motility operated with laparoscopic 270-degree TOUPET’S Fundoplication who upon 2-year post-op follow up is found to have the return of near normal oesophageal motility.
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How to cite this article:
Frenali Gheewala, Dinesh Prasad, Jigar Ratnottar, Rishabh Patadiya. Manometric evidence of reversal of ineffective esophageal motility in patients of GERD after laparoscopic partial Toupet’s fundoplication. Int J Surg Sci 2024;8(2):05-09. DOI: https://doi.org/10.33545/surgery.2024.v8.i2a.1073
 
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