Total pancreatectomy

With splenectomy, right hemicolectomy and reconstruction of portal vein with femoral vein panel graft



02:46  Exposure

04:05  Suprapancreatic Dissection

06:19  Infrapancreatic Dissection

09:26  Vascular reconstructions

09:29  Bilioenteric reconstructions

Case description
  • A 74 year old man with chronic pancreatitis was diagnosed with a neuroendocrine pseudocyst in the head and neck of the pancreas.
  • A total pancreatectomy with splenectomy and right hemicolectomy was proposed, with reconstruction of the portal vein using a femoral vein panel graft.
  • The tumour occluded the superior mesenteric vein, leading to development of collateral branches in and around the pancreas head.
  • The tumour had also begun to invade the portal vein, which will be divided superior to the pancreas and inferior to the porta hepatis.
  • The right gastric artery, gastroduodenal artery, splenic artery and arterial branches supplying the pancreas will be divided, but the celiac and main SMA were free of tumour.
  • The middle and right colic arteries, and the ileocolic artery were compromised, so the right colon will be resected .
  • The distal duodenum will be resected, while preserving the pylorus of the stomach, .
  • The proximal jejunum will be resected, and an ileostomy will be performed.
CTs (arterial phase)

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