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Central segmental pancreatectomy
The Sri Lanka Journal of Surgery
Segmental pancreatectomy is an organ preserving technique of benefit in selected pancreatic lesions. These include benign or borderline malignant lesions < 5 cm in diameter located in the neck or proximal body of the pancreas. The principal benefits of this procedure include the preservation of endocrine function, splenic conservation and the avoidance of the morbidity and mortality associated with pancreaticoduodenectomy. Potential disadvantages compared to a conventional distal pancreatectomydoi:10.4038/sljs.v30i2.5183 fatcat:nxkcvumruzbrhkynqhhisgytp4