A Central Pancreatectomy for Benign or Low-Grade Malignant Neoplasms

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A central pancreatectomy is a parenchyma-sparing procedure that is performed to reduce long-term endocrine and exocrine insufficiency. In this study, we analyzed the perioperative course, the frequency of postoperative onset of diabetes mellitus, and long-term change of body weight in patients undergoing a central pancreatectomy, in comparison to the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11605-009-0934-3

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@article{Hirono2009ACP, title={A Central Pancreatectomy for Benign or Low-Grade Malignant Neoplasms}, author={Seiko Hirono and Masaji Tani and Manabu Kawai and Shinomi Ina and Ryohei Nishioka and Motoki Miyazawa and Atsushi Shimizu and Kazuhisa Uchiyama and Hiroki Yamaue}, journal={Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery}, year={2009}, volume={13}, pages={1659-1665} }