PMID: 1469579Dec 1, 1992Paper

Intrapancreatic duodenal duplication associated with pancreatic pseudocysts

Journal of Pediatric Surgery
H OkuyamaA Okada


A rare case of intrapancreatic duodenal duplication causing pancreatitis is reported. At 2 years of age, the patient presented with a recurrent pancreatic pseudocyst. Intraoperative pancreatogram showed the presence of cystic duodenal duplication in the aberrant lobe of the pancreas communication with the pancreatic duct. Since the resection of the duplication, she has been free from recurrence of pancreatitis. In this case, intraoperative pancreatography was of great value.


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