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  • RESULTS: Bile acid quantity and concentration in the gastric aspirates were significantly greater in Billroth II subjects than in total biliary diversion subjects [7].
  • Mucosal histamine content as well as mast cell density and degranulation differed significantly between Billroth II and the other two groups [7].
  • The gastric emptying of a liquid (5% dextrose) and a digestible solid (liver) were studied in 8 dogs with an intact stomach, after pylorectomy, after antrectomy, and after distal (Billroth I) gastrectomy [8].
  • On the other hand, significant increases in nitrite concentrations were found in the gastric juice of patients managed by Billroth I or II procedures [9].
  • Similar somatostatin and vasoactive intestinal peptide responses were observed in six dogs previously submitted to antrectomy and Billroth I anastomosis, when given the same test meal, while the gastrin response was 20% of the response in the intact dogs (P < 0.01) [10].

Anatomical context of Gastroenterostomy

  • After a modified Child's reconstruction, the postprandial secretin response was similar to that of patients with the Billroth II, which preserved the duodenum [11].
  • In the patients with antrectomy and Billroth II anastomosis, no significant reduction in gallbladder volume after erythromycin was observed [12].
  • The evolution and phenotypic expression of mucosal lesions of the gastric stump were investigated in male rats submitted to gastric resection with reconstruction by the Billroth II technique (BII with biliopancreatic reflux, BPR) or by the Roux-en-Y procedure (without BPR) [13].
  • This study was performed to investigate adaptive changes of the exocrine pancreas occurring after distal gastric resection by different procedures: Billroth I (BI) and Billroth II (BII) [14].

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