Surgery of the pancreas is
avoided, if possible, because the gland is easily damaged. But surgery may be
needed to remove infected or damaged tissue (pancreatic necrosis). The gallbladder may be removed
to prevent future attacks from
Surgeons may choose among several techniques to remove
damaged pancreatic tissue.
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