DIAGNOSTIC AND TREATMENT TACTICS OF MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGICAL TREATMENT OF PANCREATIC CYSTS
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The relevance of the treatment of pancreatic cysts (PJ) is determined by the increase in the incidence of pancreatitis, a significant number of complications and high mortality. In recent decades, there has been a steady increase in destructive forms of pancreatitis, and accordingly, the number of pancreatic cysts has increased. Pancreatic cysts in 18-68% cause various complications (suppuration, perforation, bleeding, internal and external fistulas, malignancy), which determines the high mortality rate - 9.2-53%. The nature and scope of surgical intervention depend on the etiology, the presence or absence of a connection between the cyst and the ductal system, and the presence of complications.
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