Which Laparoscopic Treatment in Pancreatic Pathology?

@article{Graziano2018WhichLT,
  title={Which Laparoscopic Treatment in Pancreatic Pathology?},
  author={Giorgio Graziano and Antonio Di Cataldo and Antonino Graziano},
  journal={International Journal of New Technology and Research},
  year={2018}
}
Pancreatic cancer is in Italy the fourth place among the causes of death in women, which still maintains a poor prognosis with only 7% of men and 9% of women who have a 5-year survival. the highest incidence of the disease is between 6 and 7 decade of life. the aim of this study is to obtain treatment indications that are well codified with the possibility of extending their applications to perform both derivative and resective interventions .Materials and methods: From January 2010 to December… 

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