Curatively intended surgery for exocrine pancreatic cancer.

Abstract

Resective surgery for exocrine pancreatic cancer can currently be performed with little or no hospital mortality. The operation is most often performed as a Whipple resection, but several modifications (e.g., subtotal pancreatectomy) have been advocated. The pylorus-preserving modification has gained in popularity, although its ability to remove all lymph… (More)

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