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Overview

Surgical resection is recommended for symptomatic cases. Treatment usually is bypassing the obstructed segment of duodenum by duodeno-doudenostomy. Another approach is laparoscopicgastrojejunostomy.[1]

References

  1. De Ugarte DA, Dutson EP, Hiyama DT (2006). "Annular pancreas in the adult: management with laparoscopic gastrojejunostomy". The American surgeon 72 (1): 71–3. PMID 16494188.

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