Table 3: Demographic data, morphologic characterization of the lesion, and perioperative parameters.

AuthorNumber of patientsDiagnosisOperationReconstructionOperative time
(min)
Blood loss
(mL)
PathologyLymph nodes
ComplicationTime to flatus
(day)
Start regular diet
(day)
Hospital stay

Omori et al. [13]7Early gastric cancer
1: colon CA
2: GB stone
DG + D1β
1: colectomy
2: LC
Roux-en-Y: 1
Billroth I: 6
344
(282–385)
50
(0–100)
cT1N067
(total)
Surgery-site infection: 2
Stasis: 1
33Not mentioned
Park et al. [14]2Early gastric cancerDG + D1βSide-to-side anastomosis of stomach with duodenum270
280
80
90
1: pT1bN0
1: pT2N2
43
21/5 (+)
NoNot mentionedwater: 2, 3
semibland diet: 3, 6
6
9
Ozdemir et al. [15]1Early gastric cancerDG + D1αPolya-type gastrojejunostomy 140pT1bL1V0
N0MXG3
41No356
Kong et al. [16]4Early gastric cancerDG + D2Side-to-side gastroenterostomy anastomosis 280 (250–310)162
(100–150)
1: pT1aN0,
2: pT1bN0
1: pT1bN1
16
(12–21)
NoNot mentionedNot mentioned13
Nonaka et al. [17]1Intractable gastric ulcerDGRoux-en-Y 41290H1 stage ulcer/NoNot mentioned314

DG: distal gastrectomy.