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Research Article| Volume 57, ISSUE 2, P309-312, February 1965

Traumatic rupture of the pancreas in a toddler

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      Abstract

      • 1.
        1. The case of the youngest patient with traumatic rupture of the pancreas ever reported is presented.
      • 2.
        2. The clinical picture of traumatic rupture of the pancreas is described briefly.
      • 3.
        3. It is emphasized that distal pancreatectomy in association with splenectomy is the ideal form of treatment.
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