The Tight Adaptation at Pancreatic Anastomosis Without Parenchymal Laceration: An Institutional Experience in Introducing and Modifying the New Procedure

@article{Oda2015TheTA,
  title={The Tight Adaptation at Pancreatic Anastomosis Without Parenchymal Laceration: An Institutional Experience in Introducing and Modifying the New Procedure},
  author={Tatsuya Oda and Shinji Hashimoto and Ryoichi Miyamoto and Osamu Shimomura and Kiyoshi Fukunaga and Keisuke Kohno and Yukio Ohshiro and Yoshimasa Akashi and Tsuyoshi Enomoto and Nobuhiro Ohkohchi},
  journal={World Journal of Surgery},
  year={2015},
  volume={39},
  pages={2014-2022}
}
Among the types of pancreatic anastomosis used after pancreatoduodenectomy (PD), Blumgart type reconstruction has rapidly been distributed for its theoretical reasonableness, including secure tight adaptation of jejunal wall and pancreatic parenchyma without cause of parenchymal laceration. The clinical appropriateness of our modified Blumgart method was demonstrated by comparing to that of Kakita method. Retrospective analysis of 156 patients underwent elective open PD, reconstructed former 78… CONTINUE READING