How is an anastomotic stenosis treated

How is an anastomotic stenosis treated? 

Many surgeons purposely make the gastrojejunostomy anastomosis small (approximately 0.8 cm) to enhance the restrictive aspect of the operation. If this anastomosis becomes too small for the patient to tolerate, endoscopic balloon dilatation is usually successful.


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