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Fig. 1 | BMC Surgery

Fig. 1

From: One visceral artery may be enough; successful pancreatectomy in a patient with total occlusion of the celiac and superior mesenteric arteries

Fig. 1

Transverse CT images preoperatively with arterial (a) and venous (b) phases: the pancreatic duct (pd) is dilated, a stent had been implanted into the bile duct due to biliary obstruction of the tumor in the pancreatic head (*). The arterial collaterals are visible in the left upper abdomen (arrows) (sma): superior mesenteric artery, smv: superior mesenteric vein)

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