Antonio Clarós

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A ringed polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) graft is currently the most widely used replacement for the inferior vena cava, although clinical studies comparing this technique with non-ringed prostheses are lacking. There is no consensus on the need to use an anticoagulant or associate a temporary distal arteriovenous fistula to increase venous flow. At present,(More)
Cephalic pancreaticoduodenectomy (CPD) with mesentericoportal venous resection increases the resectability rate of pancreatic tumors. When performed in selected patients and by experienced surgical teams, this technique shows the same long-term rates of morbidity, mortality and survival as CPD without vascular resection, provided that negative surgical(More)
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