Laparoscopic pancreatic surgery

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LifeCare ABS laparoscopic pancreatic surgery

Offering relief  from pancreatic tumors, cancers and inflammatory conditions

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Pancreatic tumors are generally of two types – endocrine and non-endocrine.

Endocrine tumors are benign, which means that they are not malignant  which is cancer. They do not invade neighboring tissue or do not spread to other parts of the body, the way cancer can. Common types include gastrinomas, insulinomas, vipomas, glucaganomas and somastinomas. These tumors are generally asymptomatic. In some cases they result into conditions like  hypoglycemia (low sugars), diarrhea, and ulcers. Endoscopic ultrasound is used to diagnose and localize the tumor. Laparoscopic excision of the tumor (e nucleation) provides easy and fast cure. It shows highly successful results in more than 90% cases along with medicinal treatment.

Malignant tumours generally involve the head of pancreas and show up in advanced stages. Common types are ductal adenocarcinoma and cystic adenocarcinoma. Symptoms include fast weight loss, diarrhea, steatorrhoea and jaundice. Laparoscopic Whipple surgery (pancreatico duedenectomy with triple anastomosis-gastrojejunostomy, choledochojejunostomy, pancreaticojejunostomy) provides relief from the tumor. Triple bypass is done in the case of inoperable tumor.

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Pancreatitis is a condition where chronic inflammation of the pancreas leads to pain, steateorrhoea and diabetes. Laparoscopic Puestows operation helps provide relief by allowing biliary drainage. It  involves anastomosis between the laid open pancreatic duct and jejunum.

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