A simple method of pancreatic transplantation in the dog

American Journal of Surgery
D N Papachristou, J G Fortner

Abstract

Canine pancreatic organ transplantation can be performed without resection of adjacent structures or transection of major blood vessels. The graft consists of the entire gland except the distal tail and is based on the superior pancreaticoduodenal vessels. Devascularization of the duodenal loop does not result in ischemic necrosis. The duct-ligated graft is placed in the groin.

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Sep 1, 1983·American Journal of Surgery·H T Debas, E Passaro
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Canis familiaris
Duodenum
Structure of Femoral Artery
Femoral Vein
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Pancreas
Structure of Accessory Pancreatic Duct
Transplantation, Homologous
Pancreas Transplantation

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