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By D. E. Bockman (auth.), Hans G. Beger MD, Seiki Matsuno MD, John L. Cameron MD, PhD, Bettina M. Rau MD, Makoto Sunamura MD, PhD, Richard D. Schulick MD (eds.)

"Diseases of the Pancreas" is predicated at the most recent finished facts approximately molecular mechanism of acute pancreatitis, persistent pancreatitis and pancreatic melanoma. The diagnostic thoughts together with histology, radiology, sonography and so on. are in accordance with the sensitivity and specificity of the respective equipment. targeted concentration is given to the indication and contraindication to surgical technqiues. It includes particular remedy modality and effects for the 1st time after long term consequence review. Surgical concepts are displayed with coloured sketches series.

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