Surgical management of chronic pain from chronic pancreatitis

McHale, Anahita; Buechter, Kennan J.
December 1997
American Surgeon;Dec1997, Vol. 63 Issue 12, p1119
Academic Journal
Focuses on the research findings on the surgical attempts to control chronic pain from chronic pancreatitis. Clinical significance of the algorithm method; Brief description on operative, decompressive and denervation procedures used in the research; Relationship of chronic pancreatitis and patient demographics; Clinical explanation on the results; Commentaries and questions of several medical doctors on the research findings.


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