Pancreaticoduodenectomy with Replaced Common Hepatic Artery and Portal Vein Reconstruction in Primary Carcinoma Duodenum: a Case Report and Literature Review
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The role of combined arterial and superior mesenteric-portal venous resection and reconstruction is not established in primary duodenal carcinoma [1, 2]. Arterial resections tend to result in high morbidity . We present here a case of primary duodenal carcinoma wherein a combined vascular resection and primary repair was performed, along with the possible selection criteria for this procedure and a brief literature review.
Gunjan Desai and Prasad Pande have worked for the literature review and the manuscript preparation under the creative inputs, critical evaluation, and guidance of Rajiv Shah and Palepu Jagannath.
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Informed consent was obtained from the patient for this publication.
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