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Fig. 3 | BMC Gastroenterology

Fig. 3

From: Continuous suturing with two anterior layers reduces post-operative complications and hospitalization time in pancreaticoenterostomy

Fig. 3

The anterior side of the anastomosis was continuously sutured just like the posterior side. All the stitches were from the outside to the inside of the jejunum and then transfix the pancreas. Then the stump of pancreas was sutured with jejunum from the inside to the outside. The procedure was repeated until the very upper edge of the pancreas. A knot was tied at the very end of the suture shown in Fig. 4 blow

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