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Human Pancreas Processing v1
The pancreas is a combined endocrine and exocrine organ and is uniquely positioned in the upper abdomen between the stomach (posterior and superior margins), duodenum (proximal or medial), spleen (distal or lateral) and bowel (anterior and inferior). The normal pancreas is shaped as for a pistol with the proximal head region attached to the duodenum and comprising the handle while the distal head/neck, body and tail regions form the barrel. The fluid tone of the soft pancreas makes it difficultdoi:10.17504/protocols.io.n2bvj6dnblk5/v1 fatcat:gho4ycg5jfcy5nglnu6dvpg3xi