Zamora J L 1985 Cystic neoplasms of the pancreas: evolution of a concept. American Journal of Surgery 149: 819 2. Brunschwig A 1942 The surgery of pancreatic tumors. C V Mosby, St Louis 3. Warshaw A L, Rutledge P L 1987 Cystic tumors ...
Author: Michael Trede
Two of the most internationally renowned pancreatic surgeons have edited this definitive reference book. SURGERY OF THE PANCREAS is directed at the operating surgeon, its primary emphasis being on anatomy, surgical technique, and clinical decision making. The book is extremely well illustrated with line drawings and photographs. Fully updated throughout, this edition includes new chapters on molecular biology and pancreatic disease, management of pseudocysts, cystic pancreatic neoplasms, consideration of radical/super radical operations, and endoscopic and percutaneous stenting for pancreatic cancer. The definitive reference work: an in-depth text covering every aspect of pancreatic surgery Excellent line illustrations Cohesively written New topics such as molecular biology New interventional and diagnostic techniques included Completely up to date including ground breaking research in transplantation Shows all clinical options Helps the surgeon to avoid complications and hazards
state of alkalinity in the stomach and duodenum of this same patient by means of feeding N / 10 NaOH solution , allowed the secretion of enzymes by the pancreas . The concentration of the enzymes secreted under this condition was ...
Author: Thomas Cyrus Galloway (Jr.)Publish On: 1910
Relation of the Pancreas to Blood Diastases in tl_ie Dog. 353 Ье those of the liver and other tissues, such as the intestinal mucosa, and possibly the leucocytes. Two factors must then be considered in connection with the diastases of ...
Elective Exploration of the Ampulla of Vater and the Head of the Pancreas by Hypotonic Duodenography Paul Jacquemet, Domingo Liotta, Pierre Mallet-Guy. Figure 31. Chronic pancreatitis with major generalized duodenal deformation.
Author: James Henry Richardson SutherlandPublish On: 1956
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ABNORMALITIES OF THE POSITION OF THE PANCREAS The normal anatomic position of the pancreas is discussed in Chapter 1. Significant abnormalities in the position of the pancreas are exotic and consequently are of little concern to the ...
Author: Ernest E. Lack
Publisher: Oxford University Press
As a single comprehensive reference source and full-color atlas, this book covers a wide range of pathology. Normal anatomy as well as developmental abnormalities are detailed. A variety of non-neoplastic conditions are covered, including transplant pathology, diabetes mellitus and pancreatitis. Neoplasms are emphasized. The difficulties encountered with frozen section diagnosis, cytopathology, and tumor classification systems are addressed. Common and rare conditions of pancreas, gallbladder, extrahepatic biliary tract and ampullary regions are all extensively reviewed. Special attention is paid to clinical features, prognostic factors, biologic behavior and survival. With almost 1,300 color images and over 5,300 references, this treatise is a major contribution to field.
Author: Rainer W.G. GruessnerPublish On: 2004-04-27
The stomach is retracted cranially and the transverse colon downward to expose the anterior surface of the body and the tail of the pancreas , which are inspected and palpated ( Fig 184.108.40.206 , see color plate ) .
Author: Rainer W.G. Gruessner
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Although pancreas transplants have been performed for more than 30 years, the last few years have witnessed significant growth in the options available for pancreas transplantation as well as subtantial improvements in outcome. It is therefore appropriate that a new text summarize the recent advances and put forth the standard of future care. Transplantation of the Pancreas, edited by Drs. Gruessner and Sutherland fulfills this mission by providing a state-of-the-art, definitive reference work on pancreas transplantation for transplant surgeons and physicians as well as for endocrinologists, diabetologists, nephrologists, and neurologist. The editors, from the renowned University of Minnesota Transplant Division and the Diabetes Institute, have assembled a group of renowned experts to provide an all inclusive overview of pancreas transplantation. The text features insights on the pathophysiology of diabetes mellitus and the limitations of nontransplant treatments, highlights experimental research and clinical history of pancreas transplantation, and compares and contrasts different surgical procedures. The discussions detail the broad spectrum of posttransplant complications and their treatments, which frequently require skills in general, vascular, and laparoscopic surgery, interventional radiology, critical care, and infectious disease. Chapters on immunosuppression, immunology, pathology, long-term outcome, quality of life, and cost-effectiveness focus on issues unique to pancreas recipients. Evolving areas, such as pretransplant evaluation of pancreas transplant candidates, living donation, and the current status of islet transplantation are discussed. Augmented by more than 280 illustrations, including full color line drawings created exclusively for the text, this book is the standard reference for all transplant professionals as well as all physicians caring for diabetic patients.
Alcohol-Induced Chronic Pancreatitis There appears to be a logarithmic relationship between the risk of developing chronic pancreatitis and the daily amount of alcohol consumed. The critical threshold of daily alcohol intake has been ...
Author: Markus W. Büchler
Publisher: Karger Medical and Scientific Publishers
"This clearly laid out and easily readable encyclopedia is aimed particularly at general practitioners and students in their clinical years, as well as at specialists who desire a more in-depth knowledge of the pancreas, such as internists, gastroenterologists, surgeons, radiologists, oncologists, pathologists and pediatricians. But others will also find this to be a comprehensive reference book on the subject."--BOOK JACKET.