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- 1.1. A simple effective method for implanting the pancreatic duct is described.
- 2.2. The case record of a patient upon whom this method was used is reported in detail. Three additional instances of its utilization are cited.
- 3.3. Some of the technical features in the operation of radical resection of the head of the pancreas are discussed.
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Received: August 1, 1945
☆The researches upon which this presentation is based were supported by a grant from the Graduate School of the University of Minnesota.
© 1945 Published by Elsevier Inc.