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Context Pancreatic injuries caused by blunt trauma are often treated conservatively, except for the highest grades of these. Case report We report a case of complete transection of the distal pancreas in a young adult which was successfully managed by spleenpreserving laparoscopic distal pancreatectomy followed by an islet autotransplantation in the patient’s forearm striated muscle. Conclusion We describe a mini-invasive approach for pancreatectomy with restoration of resected islets to the patient.
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Author(s): Sabrina Dardenne Adrien Sterkers Christophe Leroy Laurent Da Mata Philippe Zerbib FranccediloisReneacute Pruvot Steacutephanie Truant Franccedilois Pattou