Laparoscopic Major Venous Resection During Pancreaticoduodenectomy


Laparoscopic Major Venous Resection During Pancreaticoduodenectomy

presented by Nicholas V Gaudet, MD, at the Sages 2014 Meeting; Panel – Concurrent Session SS6 V024

Nicholas V Gaudet, MD, Michael L Kendrick, MD; Mayo Clinic College of Medicine

Keyword(s): anterior attachments to the SMA, bowel edema, clamp, clamps removed in sequence, daily aspirin, dissected, distal anastomosis of the portal vein, distal stump, divided with a stapler, duodenum, electrocautery, graft for venous reconstruction, immediate reconstruction, IMV, insertion into the IVC, isolating, isolation of portal vein, Laparoscopic Major Venous Resection, left gastric vein, left renal vein, ligated, LUQ, male, minimize clamp time, optimize oncologic margins, pancreatic adenocarcionoma, pancreatic head, pancreaticoduodenal artery, Pancreaticoduodenectomy, patency and flow of graft, periportal lymph node, portal vein, posterior dissection of SMA, preservation of left gonadal vein, proximal SMA dissection, renal graft, retracted anteriorly, routine intraoperative ultrasound, running 5-0 Prolene, SMA, SMV, specimen is retracted inferiorly, splenic vein, transected, venous drainage of the kidney, venous drainage of the stomach, vessel loop, Whipple procedure

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