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Hill repair

A Hill repair is an anti-acid reflux procedure.[1] It is similar to the Nissen fundoplication. Though far less common owing to a greater degree of difficulty, studies indicate a similar rate of efficacy. It is performed almost exclusively in the Pacific Northwest.


  1. ^ R. W. Aye, L. D. Hill, S. J. Kraemer, and P. Snopkowski P. (May 1994). "Early results with the laparoscopic Hill repair". Am J Surg. 167 (5): 542–546.  

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