Pancreatic cancer, Whipple surgery

Pancreatic cancer, Whipple surgery

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Caption: MODEL RELEASED. Pancreatic cancer, Whipple surgery. Image 12 of 13. Surgeons carrying out Whipple surgery on a patient with pancreatic cancer. Whipple surgery involves the removal of the duodenum (the first part of the small intestine), part of the stomach, and the head of the pancreas. The jejunum (the next part of the small intestine) is then attached to the remains of the pancreas and stomach to bypass the removed tissue and organs. Here, a harmonic scalpel (right) is being used on the proximal jejunum (pink tube in surgeon's hand, left). The metal circle is a Bookwalter self-retaining retractor.

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