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Total laparoscopic longitudinal pancreatojejunostomy: optimal surgical option for early chronic pancreatitis

14th International Conference on Gastro Education
September 06-07, 2018 London, UK

Iurii Mikheiev

ZMAPO, Ukraine

Scientific Tracks Abstracts: J Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol


Introduction: Surgery is a more effective option for pain relief in chronic pancreatitis. It relates to those patients who don’t have an increase in the head of the pancreas, and there is only dilatation of the main pancreatic duct, a good results can give the performance of laparoscopic longitudinal pancreatojejunostomy. Materials & Methods: Four attempts of laparoscopic lateral pancreatojejunostomy were made in patients with early chronic pancreatitis without an increase in the head of the pancreas. There were two females and two men and average age was 42.6. The indications for surgery in all patients was abdominal pain and dilatation main pancreatic duct (the average diameter was 12.8 mm). We used five-port technique. After opening omental bursa, we found, punctured and opened the main pancreatic duct. Then, using a two linear staplers Endo-Gia 60 to handle the jejunum loops by Roux-en-Y. We performed single-row longitudinal pancreatojejunostomy with barbedsuture V-Loc. Results: We had two conversion to open surgery, because of the inability to find the main pancreatic duct and bleeding. The average operation time was 207 minutes. Post-operative stay was average 9 days and on median follow-up of 12 months. Post-operatively, there were no major morbidity and nil mortality. All patients had complete pain relief and significant weight gain. Conclusions: Total laparoscopic longitudinal pancreatojejunostomy is safe, effective and feasible, especially with “early chronic pancreatitis” without an increase in the head of the pancreas.

Biography :

Iurii Mikheiev pursued his PhD from Zaporizhia Medical Academy of Post Graduate Education Ministry of Health of Ukraine. He is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery and Minimally Invasive Technologies at the same academy. He has performed about 180 operations per year, half of them by laparoscopic approach. He has 78 publications in national scientific editions. He is a Member of European Pancreatic Club, European Association of Endoscopic Surgeons and Ukrainian Society of Surgical Oncology. His interests lies in pancreatic surgery, especially laparoscopic pancreatic surgery.