Pancreatic abscess. A critical analysis of 113 cases.

@article{Camer1975PancreaticAA,
  title={Pancreatic abscess. A critical analysis of 113 cases.},
  author={S J Camer and Esther Tan and Kenneth W. Warren and John W. Braasch},
  journal={American journal of surgery},
  year={1975},
  volume={129 4},
  pages={
          426-31
        }
}
Abstract Pancreatic abscess has continued to defy the best efforts in diagnosis and treatment and has remained a serious and often fatal complication. Few surgeons have had sufficient experience to recognize this serious complication, to evaluate its ramifications, and to develop adequate surgical technics in its management. Surgeons at the Lahey Clinic have accumulated a large experience in pancreatic abscess, 113 cases to date, which represents the largest series in the literature. A review… CONTINUE READING

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