alexa Abstract | Biliary Migration of Pancreatic stents: Rare complication of Whipple Surgery

JOP. Journal of the Pancreas
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Context Most of the pancreatic stents placed across pancreatojejunostomy at the time of Whipple procedure migrate spontaneously into the small bowel. Case report In this case series we present two patients with symptoms of abdominal pain, abnormal liver blood tests due to migration of pancreatic stents into the biliary tree through the choledochojejunostomy post Whipple surgery. Conclusion These cases highlight the symptomatic entity of spontaneous migration of pancreatic stent in to the biliary tree post Whipple surgery. However, this is easily treatable with an upper endoscopy.

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Author(s): Divya Yadav Prabhleen Chahal


Biliary Tract, Endoscopy, Pancreaticoduodenectomy

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