Pancreatic surgery - surgery is usually only considered late in the treatment of acute pancreatitis (at least 3 weeks or more).
Mainly if the inflamed pancreasbecome over-infected or develop complications.
A pancreatic cancerIn only about 10-15% of all cases is curative surgery possible, in which a section of the duodenum is removed along with the cancerous pancreas.
In addition to surgery, combined chemotherapy and radiotherapy interventions are often needed.
In advanced cases, surgical intervention may no longer be effective. In such cases, bridging chemotherapy and radiotherapy interventions are considered.