Results The postoperative survival rates of1,3and5years in36case gastric stump carcinoma were61.1%,36.1%and19.4%respectively and were82.3%,47.1%and35.3%respectively in cases received radical resection.
Results The postoperative survival rates of 1,3 and 5 years in 25 cases with gastric stump carcinoma were 60.2%,34.2% and 18.6% respectively,and were 81.4%,48.2% and 36.7% respectively in cases treated with radical resection.
From February 1975 to October 1995, 1, 903 patients with gastric carcinoma were surgically treated. Gastric remnant carcinoma surgery was performed in 34 cases (1. 787 % ), and gastric recurrent carcinoma surgery was per-formed in 19 cases (0. 998 % ).
The early diagnosis and surgical treatment of the gastric stump carcinoma
Early and late follow-up prognosis of total gastrectomy for gastric stump carcinoma is significantly (P >amp;lt; 0.05) worse than that for total gastrectomy for primary carcinoma of the stomach (n = 112).
Gastric stump carcinoma may occur after 5 years or more following surgery of the stomach, with initially benign lesions.
Gastric stump carcinoma occurred more frequently in patients with gastric ulcer.
Increased mortality in gastrointestinal tumors (especially gastric stump carcinoma), respiratory diseases and other smoking-related malignancies, and suicide are found in the long-term follow-up after partial gastric resection due to peptic ulcer.