|Authors||Barbas AS, Al-Adra DP, Goldaracena N, Dib MJ, Selzner M, Sapisochin G, Cattral MS, McGilvray ID|
|Journal||Transplant Direct Volume: 3 Issue: 9 Pages: e203|
|Publish Date||2017 Sep|
Although the primary indication for pancreas transplantation is type I diabetes, a small number of patients requires pancreas transplantation to manage combined endocrine and exocrine insufficiency that develops after extensive native pancreatic resection. The objective of this case report was to describe the operative and clinical course in 3 such patients and present an alternative technical approach.
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