2017
DOI: 10.5230/jgc.2017.17.e12
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Actual 5-Year Nutritional Outcomes of Patients with Gastric Cancer

Abstract: PurposeIn this study, we aimed to evaluate the rarely reported long-term nutritional results of patients with gastric cancer after curative gastrectomy.Materials and MethodsWe retrospectively reviewed the prospectively collected medical records of 658 patients who underwent radical gastrectomy with curative intent for gastric cancer from January 2008 to December 2009 and had no recurrences. All patients were followed for 5 years. Nutritional statuses were assessed using measurements of body weight, serum hemog… Show more

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“…Even for upper third gastric cancer, distal subtotal gastrectomy can be performed in suitable cases [5,24,25]. Compared to total gastrectomy, DSG leads to better nutritional and function outcomes and can improve QOL [26,27]. Nonetheless, PPG, as a typical function-preserving gastrectomy, has been demonstrated to show further advantages in functional outcomes compared to distal gastrectomy in middle third EGC [7,28,29].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Even for upper third gastric cancer, distal subtotal gastrectomy can be performed in suitable cases [5,24,25]. Compared to total gastrectomy, DSG leads to better nutritional and function outcomes and can improve QOL [26,27]. Nonetheless, PPG, as a typical function-preserving gastrectomy, has been demonstrated to show further advantages in functional outcomes compared to distal gastrectomy in middle third EGC [7,28,29].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Weight loss had to occur at a maximum of 6 to 12 months postoperatively, and body weight should remain stable for 1 year postoperatively according to previous studies (18,19). Nutritional data from SNUBH showed a similar pattern (12). In this study, postoperative BMI was calculated using the body weight measured in the outpatient clinic at 12 months after surgery for most patients (83.4%), and 9 (9.8%) or 6 (6.8%) months for the others.…”
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confidence: 90%
“…Most patients who undergo gastrectomy experience body weight loss because of decreased food intake after surgery, and the postoperative body weight is maintained throughout the entire life after surgery (12). Therefore, both postoperative BMI and preoperative BMI need to be considered when evaluating long-term survival.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Indeed, our prior study demonstrated that skeletal muscle mass and nutritional parameters decrease sharply for the rst three months and slowly decrease for the remaining nine months, eventually leading to a loss of 8 ~ 15% of the initial body weight and 3 ~ 5% of the muscle area 3 . In addition, adjuvant chemotherapy, which is the standard treatment in stage 2 and 3 gastric cancer, exacerbates skeletal muscle loss and nutritional status of patients 4 .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%