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If the treatment of chronic pancreatitis with drugs does not lead to the desired success or pancreatic carcinoma is present, pancreatic surgery is inevitable. There are various techniques available to the treating surgeon:
The Frey surgery is mostly used in chronic pancreatitis, in which he is mainly affected by the pancreatic head and a duct drainage is to lay.
In Whipple's surgery (also Kausch-Whipple surgery) in pancreatic cancer, the gallbladder, bile duct, duodenum and one third of the stomach are removed in addition to the pancreatic head.
The operation after traverso, in which the stomach remains intact, proves itself in smaller or not close to the Magenpförtner located tumors.
In pancreatic resection, the pancreatic tail and spleen are removed, and in total pancreatectomy, the complete pancreas and duodenum and spleen, lower bile duct and gallbladder are removed.
Which technique is indicated in a particular case, decides the attending physician. In the case of pancreatic cancer, chemotherapy or radiotherapy can be performed on the surgery.
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