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Table 1 Cases of esophageal hiatal hernia with incarceration of the gastric antrum and duodenal bulb

From: Paraesophageal hernia with incarceration of the gastric antrum and duodenal bulb: a case report

Reference Year Age Sex BMI Symptom Type of hernia Therapy
Eda [11] 2000 79 F 20.0 Vomiting Combined Surgery
Maruyama [12] 2001 71 F NA Abdominal pain, abdominal distension Paraesophagus Surgery
Otsuka [13] 2002 77 F NA Vomiting Sliding Surgery
Yoshioka [14] 2005 82 F 18.7 Epigastralgia, vomiting Combined Laparotomy
Itano [15] 2005 52 F 24.5 Abdominal distension, vomiting, weight loss Paraesophagus Surgery
Ekelund [16] 2006 88 M NA Vomiting, belching Paraesophagus Surgery
Nishida [19] 2008 75 M NA Vomiting Paraesophagus Laparotomy
Monma [18] 2010 71 F 21.1 Anorexia, chest burning tarry, stool Paraesophagus Surgery
Shinoda [19] 2010 85 F 22.2 Vomiting Combined Conservative
Our case 2013 84 F 22.1 Vomiting Paraesophagus Surgery