Broadly speaking, the pancreas is divided into a head, body, and tail. The pancreatic head and other organs, such as bile ducts and the duodenum, are entirely resected by this operation.
Benign or malignant diseases in the pancreatic head area
Resect stomach at the pars pylorica ventriculi.
Resect extrahepatic bile duct including the gallbladder at the porta hepatis.
Separate the duodenum from the retroperitoneum.
Resect the duodenum at the proximal jejunum.
Resect the pancreas between pancreatic head and pancreatic body.
Connect the pancreas and the jejunum via anastomosis.
Connect the bile ducts and the jejunum via anastomosis.
Connect the stomach and the jejunum via anastomosis.
Perform intra-jejunum anastomosis.
Lastly, insert the drain and close the abdomen.
○First-Time Patients / Returning Patients (without appointment)
○Automated Reception for Returning Patients (Reservation Only) 8：00～17：00
First-time patients are expected to bring a letter of introduction. For more information, please refer to the Outpatient Guide