Imaging After Pancreatic Surgery

Academic Article


  • Pancreatic surgery, until the Whipple era in the early 1900s, was once regarded as calamitous by most surgeons. With advances in surgical techniques, operative mortality has been greatly reduced, although morbidity remains a significant problem. Knowledge of the surgical options for treatment of pancreatic neoplastic and inflammatory disease is important for the practicing radiologist, to anticipate and identify complications commonly sought and well depicted with imaging. © 2012 Elsevier Inc.
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  • Morgan DE
  • Start Page

  • 529
  • End Page

  • 545
  • Volume

  • 50
  • Issue

  • 3