Nonoperative therapy for acute necrotizing pancreatitis

Aultman, Donnie F.; Bilton, Bradley D.
December 1997
American Surgeon;Dec1997, Vol. 63 Issue 12, p1114
Academic Journal
Addresses a nonoperative approach to acute necrotizing pancreatitis even in the setting of positive cultures. Collective data used in the study; Clinical treatment provided for the patients; Statistical evaluation of the morbidity rates; Results in patients undergoing percutaneous drainage; Comments and questions from several medical doctors on the research findings.


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