A pancreatic fistula after the laparoscopic sleeve gastrecto
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Laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG) has recently become a popular method of surgical treatment for morbid obesity.This technique is superior due to the fact that it does not disturb the integrity of the gastrointestinal system; it contains no external material and has low complication ratio.The most common complications of LSG are leakage (2.2%) and suture line bleeding.Pancreatic fistula (PF), post-LSG, so far has not been reported. PF mostly develops after pancreatic disorders or as a result of trauma, such as pancreatic surgery, abdominal trauma, or percutaneous radiologic procedures. In addition, it has been reported that pancreatic fistula may develop after surgery involving adjacent organs. We, however, report a post-LSG pancreatic fistula case, which does not yet exist in the literature...

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