Application of Vagus Nerve Anatomy of Stomach in Clinical Surgical Resection
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Objective: to Observe, Measure and Analyze the Application of Gastric Vagus Nerve Anatomy in Clinical Surgical Resection. Methods: 60 Patients with Gastric Cancer Were Selected and All Underwent Electronic Gastroscopy Before Operation and Were Diagnosed with Clinical Symptoms and Signs. Sixty Patients Were Randomly Divided into Study Group (n = 22) and Control Group (n = 30), and Study Group (n = 8). the Control Group Was Treated with Traditional Radical Gastrectomy and Lymph Node Dissection. the Study Group Underwent Radical Gastrectomy with Vagus Nerve Preservation. the Anesthesia Method Was Tracheal Intubation Anesthesia. the Distribution and Number of Parietal Cells Were Observed. Five Visual Fields Were Counted for Each Section, and the Average Value of the Sections in the Same Part Was Taken. Finally, the Comprehensive Analysis Was Carried out with Hsv. Results: There Was No Significant Difference in Operation Time and Bleeding Volume between the Study Group and the Control Group (P > 0.05). after 6 Months of Follow-Up, the Incidence of Postoperative Complications in the Study Group Was 24.52%, While That in the Control Group Was 47.66%. the Difference between the Two Groups Was Statistically Significant (P<0.05). Conclusion: Vagus Nerve Preservation Radical Gastrectomy is Safe and Feasible, Which Can Significantly Reduce the Occurrence of Postoperative Complications, Improve the Quality of Life of Patients, and is Ideal for the Treatment of Gastric Cancer.
Vagus Nerve, Gastric Cancer, Anatomy, Operation