Krónikus pancreatitis miatt végzett mútéteink hosszú távú eredményei.

Translated title of the contribution: Long-term follow-up results of surgery for chronic pancreatitis

A. Oláh, G. Pardavi, T. Belágyi, I. Wellner, S. A. Nagy

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Authors evaluate the late results of 51 operated patients by decompression or resection procedure for chronic pancreatitis between 1990-94, based on a follow-up period of 86 months. Only 34% of the 47 investigated patients could be classified as "good" results group--it is the half part of the good results of their former study based on 20 months follow-up period. The incidence of late deaths was very high--27.6%. Eighty-five percent of all the lost patients (11 pts) died after the seventh postoperative year. The most threatened group seems to be the alcoholic and insulin-dependent diabetic patients. This combination was the cause of death in third part of the cases. IDDM developed altogether in 9 patients, on average 3.7 years after the operation, namely it was the consequence of the irreversible progressive natural history of disease. The rate of disability is 44%, and it is significantly higher in the resected group than after decompression, just like the late mortality rat. Based on their results authors emphasise that in chronic pancreatitis the short-term (20-36 months) follow-up results may be deceptive, real outcome of the surgical treatment could be expected only after 5 years postoperatively.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)13-16
Number of pages4
JournalMagyar sebészet
Volume53
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2000

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Chronic Pancreatitis
Decompression
Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus
Cause of Death
Insulin
Mortality
Incidence

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Oláh, A., Pardavi, G., Belágyi, T., Wellner, I., & Nagy, S. A. (2000). Krónikus pancreatitis miatt végzett mútéteink hosszú távú eredményei. Magyar sebészet, 53(1), 13-16.

Krónikus pancreatitis miatt végzett mútéteink hosszú távú eredményei. / Oláh, A.; Pardavi, G.; Belágyi, T.; Wellner, I.; Nagy, S. A.

In: Magyar sebészet, Vol. 53, No. 1, 2000, p. 13-16.

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Oláh, A, Pardavi, G, Belágyi, T, Wellner, I & Nagy, SA 2000, 'Krónikus pancreatitis miatt végzett mútéteink hosszú távú eredményei.', Magyar sebészet, vol. 53, no. 1, pp. 13-16.
Oláh, A. ; Pardavi, G. ; Belágyi, T. ; Wellner, I. ; Nagy, S. A. / Krónikus pancreatitis miatt végzett mútéteink hosszú távú eredményei. In: Magyar sebészet. 2000 ; Vol. 53, No. 1. pp. 13-16.
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