The most frequent results of two together severe and chronic pancreatitis are pancreatic pseudocysts (PPC). Almost half of all cases resolve instinctively, accompanying the balance needing surgical interference if indicative or complex. Open surgery and minimally obtrusive laparoscopic enucleation are further opportunities for surgical invasion. However, endoscopic or percutaneous ultrasonic directed seepage is a chance. Three models of pancreatic pseudocysts (PPC) are likely, all of that were treated completely by way of laparoscopic pancreatic pseudocystogastrostomy (LPPCG), accompanying different potential explored .Three cases of big pseudocyst of the organ meat are bestowed accompanying a related news and different age. All of ruling class are bestowed as a complexity of microlithiasis of gallbladder grains. All of ruling class are bestowed as complications of gallbladder gravel microlithiasis. Complete ancestry and biochemical tests were acted on the subjects. The Ultrasonography was filled out by an abdominal computed tomography (CT) to decide the link accompanying the pertaining to the stomach divider. All were preoperatively prepared and had posterior pancreatic pseudocystogastrostomy laparoscopic decorative running stitch acted. The examination ending was easy, and the patients had wonderful determination at 8 months, 2 age, and 6 age .A minimally obtrusive abscission known as laparoscopic pancreatic pseudocystogastrostomy (LPPCG) has resulted expected very direct in tiring and concluding pancreatic pseudocysts. This small succession inspection recognized no snags or recurrences, while the composition mentions only a scarcely any of complications and depressed frequency. In order to decide that it is best choice minimally obtrusive approach for the treatment of the pancreatic pseudocyst, we warn bearing a a lot of instances that are alike.
Nezar A. Almahfooz,
Department of General Surgery, Almowasat Private Hospital, Basra, Iraq.
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Keywords: Pseudocyst pancreas, pancreatitis, laparoscopic cystogastrostomy, endoscopic, percutaneous drainage