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Extended Pancreatic Resection for Carcinoma of the Pancreas

  • Tatsushi Naganuma
  • Yoshifumi Kawarada

Abstract

The frequency of occurrence of cancer of the pancreas has been steadily increasing in both sexes in Japan, as in Western countries, and pancreatic carcinoma is now the fourth leading cause of cancer deaths in Japan.

Keywords

Pancreatic Cancer Total Pancreatectomy Surgical Stage Pancreatic Cancer Resection Portal Vein Resection 
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  • Tatsushi Naganuma
  • Yoshifumi Kawarada

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