PMID: 700315Aug 31, 1978Paper

Endoscopic retrograde pancreaticocholangiography in chronic diseases of the pancreas and in papillary stenoses

Gastrointestinal Radiology
H AnackerB Kramann


The extensive experience of the authors in endoscopic retorgrade pancreaticography is correlated with data in the literature to illustrate the spectrum of characteristic changes and diagnostic accuracy in several entities. These include chronic pancreatitis, calculous pancreatitis, necrotizing lesions and pseudocysts, carcinoma of the pancreas, and papillary stenosis, spasm, and carcinoma.


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