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Fundoplication Surgery for GERD - Post-operative Appearance
This unlabeled stock medical illustration shows the post-operative appearance of a fundoplication surgery with the upper portion of the stomach wrapped around the lower esophagus and secured in place with sutures. This surgery is usually performed to strengthen the cardiac sphincter of the stomach, and help prevent gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).