Fig. 10.5. Sequential firings of the stapler are used to divide the stomach.
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Fig. 10.7A. Dissection at the left crus of the diaphragm anterior (A) and posterior (B) to the stomach at the angle of His is utilized to facilitate passage of the stapler for the final firing to complete the transection.
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Fig. 10.8. The gastric transection is completed at the angle of His and the surgeon must adequately visualize the complete transection of all gastric tissue.

Fig. 10.9. The posterior wall of the proximal gastric pouch is cleared of overlying fatty tissue without devascularizing the pouch, particularly on the medial aspect where the primary blood supply is found.

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