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The contents in the report here are partly distorted and hence difficult to comment on.
However, I gather that this is a case of sleeve gastrectomy
(stomach resection) and the oesophageal perforation (food pipe rupture) which was stented.
The stent keeps the tube open allows healing over it as a support.
There is evidence of right lung damage/ collapse as a result of leakage of acid/ contents from the ruptured oesophagus (food pipe). A drainage
tube is placed in the chest cavity to drain a collection of fluid near the lower end of the food pipe which ruptured into the lung space.
?partial lung vessel blockage seen (report misprinted)
These are changes secondary to rupture and are well treated. The stomach tube shows no leak.
The mediastinum looks normal (otherwise one expects a severe mediastinitis- a life threatening inflammation there) in such cases.
Healing takes time and may undergo complications.
Please be guided by the team of experts treating the case.
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