V P Glabaĭ

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Experience in the treatment of 1498 patients with alcoholic pancreatitis treated with laparotomic and mini-invasive surgeries both in acute and chronic phases of the disease is presented. In 742 patients surgical treatment was multistaged. Re-operations in 17 patients with "chronic purulent pancreatitis", reconstructive surgeries on the pancreas, pancreatic(More)
Introduction of methods of miniinvasive surgery/endotherapy have permitted to widen essentially the possibilities of treatment of complicated recurrent pancreatitis. Miniinvasive interventions on pancreatic gland and neighbor organs, as well as laparotomic interventions, must be regarded not as an alternative, but like interchangeable methods, permitting to(More)
Eight patients with chronic pancreatitis were subjected to subtotal (95%) resection of the pancreas. The authors believe that such surgical intervention should be performed when the pathological process had involved the left half of the gland, while its head remained little changed or intact. Subtotal resection is indicated also in cases of primary(More)