Jean-Luc Murat

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The authors used the omentum to envelop thin pancreatic fragments (10 to 18 g. i.e. 1/3 to 1/2 of the canine pancreas). After control of the blood sugar, a total corporo-caudal pancreatectomy was carried out in 21 dogs within 1 to 5 months. Nine survivors from one week to 3 months, permitted them to control the course of the blood sugar with biopsies of the(More)