RESULTATS IMMEDIATS ET ELOIGNES DE 171 DERIVATIONS PORTO SYSTEMIQUES THERAPEUTIQUES

Translated title of the contribution: Immediate and late results of 171 therapeutic portal systemic bypass operations

G. Pezzuoli, G. P. Spina, F. Galeotti, G. Battaglia

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The authors report the results of 171 cases of portal systemic bypass operations out of a total of 200 cases operated on between 1968 and 1974. These 171 patients all presented with a syndrome of portal hypertension with oesophageal varices and all had previously bled. Their age lay in 70% of cases between 40 and 60 years and the cause of hypertension was in 96% of cases an intra-hepatic block. 41% were included in the risk group A according to Child's classification, 51% in Group B and 8% in Group C. The routine operation was side-to-side portacaval anastomosis (75%). The operative mortality was 5.2% in all with 1% in cases with risk A, and 15% in cases with risk C. The fall in portal pressure was on average 15 cm of water, i.e. 41% of the initial pressure. The overall survival after 5 years was 65%, 70% for risk A and 26% for risk C. In 69% of cases the cause of death was liver failure. Encephalopathy, studied in 76 patients over an average period of 3 years, occurred in 39% of cases, and in 13% of the latter it was serious. In the 12% of survivors, the authors noted recurrent hemorrhage, but in only 2.5% of cases did the bleeding definitely come from oesophageal varices. In the light of these results, the authors judge positively the surgical treatment of portal hypertension.

Original languageFrench
Pages (from-to)209-218
Number of pages10
JournalJournal de Chirurgie
Volume114
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 1977

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Esophageal and Gastric Varices
Portal Hypertension
Hemorrhage
Surgical Portacaval Shunt
Therapeutics
Portal Pressure
Liver Failure
Brain Diseases
Survivors
Cause of Death
Hypertension
Pressure
Survival
Mortality
Water
Liver

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Pezzuoli, G., Spina, G. P., Galeotti, F., & Battaglia, G. (1977). RESULTATS IMMEDIATS ET ELOIGNES DE 171 DERIVATIONS PORTO SYSTEMIQUES THERAPEUTIQUES. Journal de Chirurgie, 114(3), 209-218.

RESULTATS IMMEDIATS ET ELOIGNES DE 171 DERIVATIONS PORTO SYSTEMIQUES THERAPEUTIQUES. / Pezzuoli, G.; Spina, G. P.; Galeotti, F.; Battaglia, G.

In: Journal de Chirurgie, Vol. 114, No. 3, 1977, p. 209-218.

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Pezzuoli, G, Spina, GP, Galeotti, F & Battaglia, G 1977, 'RESULTATS IMMEDIATS ET ELOIGNES DE 171 DERIVATIONS PORTO SYSTEMIQUES THERAPEUTIQUES', Journal de Chirurgie, vol. 114, no. 3, pp. 209-218.
Pezzuoli G, Spina GP, Galeotti F, Battaglia G. RESULTATS IMMEDIATS ET ELOIGNES DE 171 DERIVATIONS PORTO SYSTEMIQUES THERAPEUTIQUES. Journal de Chirurgie. 1977;114(3):209-218.
Pezzuoli, G. ; Spina, G. P. ; Galeotti, F. ; Battaglia, G. / RESULTATS IMMEDIATS ET ELOIGNES DE 171 DERIVATIONS PORTO SYSTEMIQUES THERAPEUTIQUES. In: Journal de Chirurgie. 1977 ; Vol. 114, No. 3. pp. 209-218.
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