Severe chronic cephalic pancreatitis: Use of partial duodenopancreatectomy with occlusion of the pancreatic duct in 289 patients View Full Text


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DATE

1989-11

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Franz P. Gall, Christoph Gebhardt, Richard Meister, Hubert Zirngibl, Michael U. Schneider

ABSTRACT

Partial duodenopancreatectomy and occlusion of the remaining ductal system by Ethibloc® to induce rapid exocrine atrophy for treatment of severe chronic cephalic pancreatitis was introduced in our department in January of 1978. Since then, this surgical procedure has been performed in a total of 289 patients. Postoperative morbidity was 12.2%, 5 pancreatic and 3 biliary fistulas occurred. Postoperative mortality was 1% and relapses of pancreatitis occurred in only 2.2% due to incomplete filling of ducts with Ethibloc®. A total of 88.2% of patients became pain-free and symptomless, 10.8% voiced minor complaints, and 85.9% gained an averaged of 7.8 kg weight postoperatively.We conclude that Ethibloc® occlusion is highly effective in inducing complete exocrine atrophy, thus abolishing the inflammatory process and preventing relapses of chronic pancreatitis and preserving the endocrine function from further impairment. This was demonstrated by biochemical assays during a 36-month follow-up in a prospective study in 23 of 289 patients.Our results compare favorably with and are superior to results from any other operative procedure for chronic cephalic pancreatitis. We consider partial duodenopancreatectomy combined with Ethibloc® occlusion of the pancreatic duct the procedure of choice in the surgical treatment of severe chronic cephalic pancreatitis. More... »

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809-816

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