Year 2009 Vol. 17 No 2




The operative interventions technique and terminology with the original authors description of the operative methods and some of their modifications which may be interesting for surgeons and can help to understand the treatment variations used in case of chronic pancreatitis are presented in the article. Our own experience of 108 proximal resections in the patients with chronic pancreatitis in Vitebsk regional scientific-practical center Surgery of the liver and pancreas disease is presented. The obtained treatment results of chronic pancreatitis patients permit to consider the pancreas head resection with duodenum saving to be a choice operation; the resection variant must be individually determined based on morphological and anatomical changes in the pancreas.

Keywords: chronic pancreatitis, subtotal duodenum saving resection, local resection of the pancreas head, Berns modification
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