Year 2009 Vol. 17 No 2

GENERAL AND SPECIAL SURGERY

SCHASTNY A.T.

COMPARATIVE ESTIMATION OF THE SURGICAL TREATMENT VARIANTS OF THE PANCREAS PSEUDOCYSTS

The treatment results of 300 patients suffering from chronic pancreatitis and pseudocysts of the pancreas are summarized and presented in the paper. The comparative analysis of conservative methods of pseudocysts treatment as well as of the post-operative complications causes and lethality is performed. Minimaly invasive interventions introduced in the clinical practice such as drainage puncture under ultrasound control and laparoscopic operations in case of pseudocysts on chronic pancreatitis background are evaluated. According to the obtained results the author concludes that introduction of the minimaly invasive operations is rather a promising course in pseudocysts treatment and permits to decrease the number of complications. The internal drainage surgeries must be regarded as a choice method in case of uncomplicated pseudocysts and in case of cysts localization in the pancreas head proximal resection in various modifications is a radical treatment method.

Keywords: pancreas, chronic pancreatitis, pseudocyst
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