Intracorporeal esophagojejunostomy (IEJ
) avoids the mini-laparotomy and provides better operative view than does EEJ, but it requires greater skill.
Bornman MS, Barnhoorn IEJ
, Genthe B, van Vuuren JH, Pieterse GM, Aneck-Hahn NH, et al.
As the name implies, the IEJ
is an interactive tool that students use for documenting their engagement throughout all phases of design.
1971, `The Burial-Vault of a Nazirite Family on Mount Scopus.' IEJ
The reference work is 25 pounds, plus packaging and postage, from NTC Publications Ltd., Farm Road, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 IEJ
, United Kingdom.
E Rainey, "Notes on Some Proto-Sinaitic Inscriptions," IEJ
25 (1975): 112; 1.
Avigad, 'The Burial-Vault of a Nazirite Family on Mount Scopus', IEJ
21 (1971), 198-99 (ossuary no.
, Bornman MS, Jansen van Rensburg C, Bouwman H.
Rosenthal, 'The Giv'at ha-Mivtar Inscription', IEJ
23 (1973), 72-81; J.
Horwitz, "Animal Offerings from Two Middle Bronze Age Tombs," IEJ
37 (1987): 251-55.