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(Whipple disease)
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  • Modified Whipple on an 18-month-old with traumatic pancreatic transection and duodenal rupture. [Case Reports]
    Trauma Case Rep 2019; 23:100241Hyser E, Sahhar HS, Woollen C
  • The emergence of the Whipple procedure revolutionized operative management of pancreatic disease since its introduction (Fernandez-del Castillo et al., 2012 [1]). This operation classically involves removal of the head of the pancreas along with the duodenum, gallbladder, a portion of the bile duct, and part of the stomach (Warshaw and Thayer, 2004; Evans et al., 2007 [2,3]). We report a benefici…
  • The Path to Whipple Reconstruction for Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma: Trans-Mesocolon or Through Ligament of Treitz? [Journal Article]
    J Gastrointest Surg 2019Gamboa AC, Zaidi MY, … Maithel SK
  • CONCLUSIONS: Biliopancreatic limb obstruction is a known complication after pancreatoduodenectomy for pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma due to local recurrence in the surgical bed. This study shows that path of jejunal limb through the ligament of Treitz may be associated with a higher incidence of biliopancreatic limb obstruction compared with trans-mesocolon as the position of the biliopancreatic limb in the surgical bed may be more predisposed to obstruction after local recurrence. Larger studies are needed; however, given this potential risk of subsequent obstruction, these data suggest that the reconstruction paths may not be equivalent when performing pancreatoduodenectomy for pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma.
  • Primary Whipple Disease of the Central Nervous System Presenting with Rhombencephalitis. [Journal Article]
    Int J Infect Dis 2019Balducci C, Foresti S, … Peri AM
  • Primary Whipple disease of the Central Nervous System is a rare entity whose outcome might be fatal if not promptly diagnosed and treated. Few cases are reported in the literature with heterogeneous clinical and radiological presentations which often make the diagnosis extremely challenging. We report a case of primary Whipple disease of the Central Nervous System presenting with rhombencephaliti…
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