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Flashcards in Surgical Tut - Gastric Cancer Deck (20):
1

what happens with gastric dumping?

hypoglycaemic because of insulin burst
hypovolaemia because of

2

types of gastric cancers

adenocarcinoma (rolled lesion) (H.pylori)
-intestinal subtype linitus plastica (E-cadherin-genetics)

3

lap band is?

donut that goes around the 4cm below gastroduodenal junction and you can cause a stricture to feel fuller sooner.

4

sleeve gastrectomy?

put a bougie down the stomach, staple of the greater curvature and removal

5

2 types of esophageal cancer?

SCC
adeno

6

risk factors for SCC?

smoking
ETOH
Hot teas
trauma/caustic congestion

7

where does SCC happen?

upper third of esophagus

8

Rx for SCC esophagus?

chemo, radio

9

adenocarcinoma esophagus risk factors? where?

reflux
lower third esophagus
Barrett's

10

achalasia

motility disorder, sphincter doesn't relax

11

how to treat achalasia

bolox, Ca2+ blockers
surgery

12

GISTs?

gastrointestinal stromal tumours

13

where are GISTs?

small intestine
stomach

14

GISTs respond to?

monoclonal antibidy

15

GIST is what issue?

mesenchymal tumour
tyrosine kinase receptor, constituant activation

16

GIST treated with?

imatinib
suntinib

17

GIST spread to? where not spread to?

liver, peritoneum
not lymph nodes

18

GIST size?

10cm bad

19

GIST is bad where in GIT?

small intestine

20

macroscopic margin for gastric cancer removal?

5 cm

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