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Fujio Hanyu,Ken Takasaki
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A omy, y, Whipple procedure, or Kausch-Whipple procedure is a major surgical operation most often performed to remove cancerous tumours off the head of the pancreas. It is also used for the treatment of pancreatic or duodenal trauma, or chronic pancreatitis

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Detailed studies of resected specimens, in our department, showed that preservation of the pancreas head carried an increased risk of residual microscopic metastases in small peripancreatic lymphatic nodes and ducts.

Makoto Tsugita, Ken Takasaki, +4 authors Fujio Hanyu. y is now the most fundamental operation for cancer of the pancreatic head. However, with the conventional operative procedure, the resection rate is low and long-term results ar. More).

Alessandro Condivilla of Bologna first attempted a resection of the head of the pan­ creas in 1898, but several decades.

Tatsuo Araida, Tatsuya Yoshikawa, Tsukasa Azuma, Takehiro Ota, Ken Takasaki, Fujio Hanyu. Published: 1 February 2004.

Methods We investigated this surgical problem y, especially regarding the indications for y (PD), b. .Tatsuo Araida, Tatsuya Yoshikawa, Tsukasa Azuma, Takehiro Ota, Ken Takasaki, Fujio Hanyu. by Springer Science and Business Media LLC. in Journal of eatic Surgery. Journal of eatic Surgery, Volume 11, pp 45-49; doi:10.

Авторы: Tadao ManabeAff3, Keiji MashitaAff3, Hiromitsu TakeyamaAff3, Moritsugu TanakaAff3, Yuji OkadaAff3, Masayuki ImamuraAff4. Поставщики: Fujio Hanyu, Professor EmeritusAff1, Ken Takasaki, Professor and ChairmanAff2.

Alessandro Condivilla of Bologna first attempted a resection of the head of the pan­ creas in 1898, but several decades of further trial-and-error attempts ensued before the prototype procedure of pancreatoduodenectomy (PD) was established by Whipple in 1935. In the half-century following that landmark, refinements of surgical technique, including pancreatico-and bilio-entero anastomosis as well as develop­ ment of new technology to support perioperative management and patient care have contributed to the decrease in mortality and morbidity rates for obstructive jaundice and pancreatic fistula. The improvement in mortality and morbidity rates associated with PD has led to an increase in the number of patients undergoing the procedure and in the number of institutions performing it. Indications for PD have also been expanded. In the early years after PD was established as a viable procedure, periampullary carcinoma was the most common indication; now PD is indicated for a number of benign and malignant diseases. Some surgeons believe that PD is the procedure of choice for certain types of chronic pancreatitis, pancreatico-biliary maljunction, and pancreatic and duodenal trauma. Other surgeons have reported the necessity of PD for lymph node dissection of gallbladder carcinoma. Consequently, the basic procedure has been greatly modi­ fied to accommodate the specific conditions of each disease. For patients with malig­ nancy, extended procedures have been developed to improve the curative resection rate and ensure complete lymph node dissection.