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Patient may experience nausea and early satiety by
1. Surgical resection of proximal small bowel
2. Vagotomy of distal stomach
3. Surgical resection of proximal stomach
4. Surgical resection of gastric antrum
5. Vagotomy of orad stomach
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gonna go wit 3) Surgical resection of proximal stomach

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Patient may experience nausea and early satiety by
1. Surgical resection of proximal small bowel
2. Vagotomy of distal stomach
3. Surgical resection of proximal stomach
4. Surgical resection of gastric antrum
5. Vagotomy of orad stomach
2. vagotomy of distal stomach

Distension of the antrum initiates both local, enteric neural reflexes and long, vago-vagal reflexes that increase the strength of antral contractions and promote the gastric emptying of solids. The loss of vagal input to the antrum markedly impairs the emptying of solids and often leads to an early sense of fullness.
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Vagotomy of distal stomach
Proximal stomach acts like reservoir. So if vagus cut, vagovagal reflex to mediate rise of intragastric pressure after meal cant occur....increse gastric emptying.
(as said by Nandish_m)..
Distension of pyloric antrum promotes gastric empyying of solids loss of vagal input to antrum markedly impairs emptying and often leads to sense of fullness and satiety..
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