Meloni, Giovanni Battista and Feo, Claudio F. and Profili, Stefano and Meloni, Francesco and Dessanti, Antonio and Cossu, Maria Laura and Grassi, Roberto and Canalis, Giulio C. (2005) Postoperative radiologic evaluation of the esophagus. European Journal of Radiology, Vol. 53 (3), p. 331-340. eISSN 1872-7727. Article.
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A wide range of surgical procedures are performed for either benign and malignant esophageal lesions, that may be classified as demolitive or
conservative interventions. The former is characterized by resection and replacement of the esophagus with another organ, whereas conservative
surgery is obtained preserving esophageal function without resection. Knowledge of surgical techniques and major complications is extremely
important for a correctly performed radiographic study and a proper interpretation of the imaging findings. Functional evaluation of the operated
alimentary tract and early detection of postoperative complications are essential for a successful recovery of esophageal surgery patients.
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