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Early Diagnosis of Pancreatic Cancer Report of Five Cases of the Small Pancreatic Cancer


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Title: Early Diagnosis of Pancreatic Cancer Report of Five Cases of the Small Pancreatic Cancer
Authors: Fujioka, Toshio / Matsunaga, Kenichi / Itoga, Takashi / Akashi, Fumihiro / Nakamura, Noriaki / Hara, Kohei
Authors (alternative): 藤岡, 利生 / 松永, 研一 / 糸賀, 敬 / 赤司, 文広 / 中村, 憲章 / 原, 耕平
Issue Date: 25-Oct-1984
Citation: Acta medica Nagasakiensia. 1984, 29(1-4), p.29-39
Abstract: Eighty-nine cases of pancreatic cancers were experienced during the last 12 years. Among them, 5 cases (5.6%) were small pancreatic cancer (below 2cm in diameter); 3 cases were pancreas head cancer, 1 case body cancer and 1 case tail cancer. These cancers were all resectable. The patient of the small pancreatic cancers were survived comparatively long; the average period was 18 months. All of the 3 cases of pancreas head cancers were started with jaundice, 1 case of body cancer was started with elevation of urinary amylase output and 1 case of tail cancer was started with continuously high level of serum amylase value indolently. In this report, the 5 cases of small pancreatic cancers as well as the positive rate of laboratory data are first outlined. The clue for diagnosis and the details are stated herewith, and regarding a patient of body cancer (2.0X1.5 cm) who survived comparatively long for 36.3 months after surgery and also a patient of tail cancer (0.7X0.6 cm) who, 45 months after surgery, is still survived without relapse.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/15654
ISSN: 00016055
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:Volume 29, No. 1-4

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/15654

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