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A case with pancreatic ascites is presented in which the site of leak from a pancreatic pseudocyst was identified by oral endoscopic pancreatography. It is suggested that this procedure be done early in the clinical course of most patients with pancreatic ascites, since the information obtained will facilitate medical and surgical management.
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Accepted: May 11, 1976
© 1977 Published by Elsevier Inc.