alexa Abstract | Pancreas-Preserving Duodenal Resections with Bile and Pancreatic Duct Replantation for Duodenal Dystrophy. Two Case Reports

JOP. Journal of the Pancreas
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Context Duodenal dystrophy is a rare disease, characterized by the chronic inflammation of the aberrant pancreatic tissue in the duodenal wall. Case reports Two middle-aged men were admitted with upper abdominal pain of several months duration, periodic nausea and vomiting after meals, intermittent jaundice and weight loss. A diagnosis of cystic dystrophy of the vertical part of the duodenum without chronic inflammation of the orthotopic pancreas was established in both cases by multi-detector computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging and endosonography. Both patients were successfully treated by two modifications of pancreas-preserving duodenal resections with reimplantation of the bile and pancreatic ducts into the neoduodenum. Conclusion These cases are a good example of a pancreas-preserving approach to duodenal dystrophy treatment and can be an alternative to the Whipple procedure in cases of mild changes of the orthotopic gland

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Author(s): Viacheslav Ivanovich Egorov Alexander Cezarevich Butkevich Alexander Viacheslavovich Sazhin Nina Ivanovna Yashina Sergei Nikolaievich Bogdanov

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