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Review Article

Evaluation of Clinical Outcome after Laparoscopic Antireflux Surgery in Clinical Practice: Still a Controversial Issue

Table 3

Incidence of ARM use after LARS.

AuthorsYearRef.Followup (yrs)Patients on ARM (%)

Spechler et al.2001[6]6.423/37 (62%)
Bammer et al.2001[2]6.324/171 (14%)
Booth et al.2002[18]2.019/140 (14%)
Lord et al.2002[14]2.437/86 (43%)
Anvari and Allen2003[20]5.021/181 (12%)
Bloomston et al.2003[5]5.031/84 (37%)
Papasavas et al.2003[8]2.656/297 (19%)
Vakil et al.2003[3]1.726/80 (33%)
Velanovich et al.2003[21]2.416/122 (13%)
Galvani et al.2003[15]1.562/124 (50%)
Contini and Scarpignato2004[22]213/50 (26%)
Tucker et al.2005[24]4.158/119 (49%)
Thibault et al.2006[28]3.638/121 (31%)
Dominitz et al.2006[26]4.51199/2406 (49.8%)
Draaisma2006[11]611/79 (13.9%)
Bonatti et al.2007[4]2.437/94 (39%)
Zaninotto et al.2007[31]8.030/145 (21%)
Wijnhoven et al.2008[36]5.9312/844 (37%)
Oelschlager et al. 2008[35]5.7119/288 (41%)
Thompson et al.2009[40]4.642/69 (60.8%)
Lundell et al.2009[39]1255/144 (38%)

Mean = 34.9%

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