Pancreatic surgery is nowadays considered one of the most complex surgical approaches and not unscathed from complications. After the surgical procedure, cross-sectional imaging is considered the non-invasive reference standard to detect early and late compilations, and consequently to address patients to the best management possible. Contras-enhanced computed tomography (CECT) should be considered the most important and useful imaging technique to evaluate the surgical site. Thanks to its speed, contrast, and spatial resolution, it can help reach the final diagnosis with high accuracy. On the other hand, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) should be considered as a second-line imaging approach, especially for the evaluation of biliary findings and late complications. In both cases, the radiologist should be aware of protocols and what to look at, to create a robust dialogue with the surgeon and outline a fitted treatment for each patient.

Maino C., Cereda M., Franco P.N., Boraschi P., Cannella R., Gianotti L.V., et al. (2024). Cross-sectional imaging after pancreatic surgery: The dialogue between the radiologist and the surgeon. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF RADIOLOGY OPEN, 12, 1-16 [10.1016/j.ejro.2023.100544].

Cross-sectional imaging after pancreatic surgery: The dialogue between the radiologist and the surgeon

Cannella R.;Vernuccio F.;
2024-06-12

Abstract

Pancreatic surgery is nowadays considered one of the most complex surgical approaches and not unscathed from complications. After the surgical procedure, cross-sectional imaging is considered the non-invasive reference standard to detect early and late compilations, and consequently to address patients to the best management possible. Contras-enhanced computed tomography (CECT) should be considered the most important and useful imaging technique to evaluate the surgical site. Thanks to its speed, contrast, and spatial resolution, it can help reach the final diagnosis with high accuracy. On the other hand, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) should be considered as a second-line imaging approach, especially for the evaluation of biliary findings and late complications. In both cases, the radiologist should be aware of protocols and what to look at, to create a robust dialogue with the surgeon and outline a fitted treatment for each patient.
12-giu-2024
Maino C., Cereda M., Franco P.N., Boraschi P., Cannella R., Gianotti L.V., et al. (2024). Cross-sectional imaging after pancreatic surgery: The dialogue between the radiologist and the surgeon. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF RADIOLOGY OPEN, 12, 1-16 [10.1016/j.ejro.2023.100544].
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