LOCAL-FOCAL NECROTIZING HAEMORRHAGIC ACUTE PANCREATITIS: A CASE REPORT AND REVIEW OF LITERATURE
Basrah Journal of Surgery,
2003, Volume 9, Issue 2, Pages 193-196
AbstractA rare case of a twenty-six years old male, presented to emergency department of Mosul General Hospital in Mosul, as acute abdomen, on exploration, acute local- focal necrotizing pancreatitis was found, presented as a tumour like swelling related to the distal part of pancreas, treated by necrosectomy (distal pancreatectomy), followed-up for 10 years without any sequelae, complications or recurrence. The present report documents a careful necrosectomy as the basic principle of surgical management of patients with focal necrotizing pancreatitis, which was supported by many other reports, published recently abroad.
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