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The anatomical variations of pancreatic duct in the patients with pancreatic diseases

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There are many anatomic variations of pancreatic duct and congenital anomalies of pancreas, which have been described in the literature. Most of them has no clinical significance and is used to be incidentally discovered in radiological examinations. We have demonstrated in our paper that the most frequent anatomical variations of pancreatic duct in the patients with pancreatic diseases are pancreas divisum as well as ansa pancreatica.
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63-66
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2018-09-28
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2018-03-14
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2018-06-08
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