Surgeons Develop Minimally Invasive Surgery For Chronic Pancreatitis

Surgeons develop minimally invasive surgery for chronic pancreatitis

BALTIMORE �� Surgeons have developed a minimally invasive surgery to address chronic pancreatitis, a painful condition that can be remedied by removing the pancreas. While some cases of chronic pancreatitis are caused by alcoholism, most of them are from a genetic mutation. But people with the condition are often written off as alcoholics or drug addicts…

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