Distal Pancreatectomy

A distal pancreatectomy is a minimally invasive pancreatic cancer treatment where your doctor removes the body and tail of the pancreas.

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Biopsy of the Pancreas

A biopsy of the pancreas is a diagnostic procedure where a sample of pancreatic tissue is removed and examined to determine if you have cancer. A biopsy of the pancreas can be performed during surgery to remove the pancreas or as a stand-alone procedure.

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Chemoembolization

Chemoembolization is a treatment for pancreatic cancer that works by cutting off the blood supply to the cancerous tumor after trapping chemotherapy agents inside the tumor.

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Total Pancreatectomy

A total pancreatectomy is a pancreatic cancer treatment option that is performed as a last resort option when no other treatments are available. During a total pancreatectomy, your surgical team will remove your pancreas, gallbladder, common bile duct, duodenum, lymph nodes and spleen.

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Whipple Procedure (Pancreaticoduodenectomy)

A Whipple procedure, also known as pancreaticoduodenectomy, is a surgical procedure that involves removing parts of the pancreas, duodenum, bile duct and in some cases, part of the stomach.

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