Pseudocysts of the pancreas are commonly seen in a variety of clinical circumstances. In cases of severe and persistent symptoms, complications, or a strong suspicion of malignancy, surgical therapy is recommended. While many of the classic treatments are now regularly performed using a minimally invasive approach, there are various therapeutic options accessible with no prospective and randomised comparative studies to establish unambiguous advantages of a particular strategy (endoscopic, laparoscopic or percutaneous). The purpose of this study is to provide an overview of the current methods available for the treatment of pancreatic pseudocysts, highlighting the benefits, drawbacks, and limits of each procedure, including the requirement for specialised equipment and the availability of highly qualified medical professionals The optimum management of pancreatic pseudocysts entails a multidisciplinary team using all available therapies, however this is uncommon in today’s medical practise.
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Petre V. H. Botianu
University of Medicine, Pharmacy, Sciences and Technology “GE Palade” from Targu-Mures, Romania.
Ana Maria Botianu
Transylvania University, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Medical and Surgical Sciences, Internal Medicine, Brasov, Romania.
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