Experience of using MRT imaging in specifying diagnosis of obstructive diseases of the biliopancreatoduodenal zone.

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26641/2307-0404.2018.4(part1).145668

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magnetic resonance tomography, pancreatoduodenal resection, pancreatic cancer

Abstract

The article presents the experience of surgical treatment of 12 patients with pancreatic cancer who were treated at the clinic of the Department of Surgery No. 2 of the ONMEDU during 2017. As a preoperative diagnosis, an MRI scan was performed in these patients. In general, the intraoperative size of the tumor was not significantly different from MRI - sizes: the medians of their differences were only + 5.5 mm and + 3.5 mm for the average and maximum MRT sizes. The calculated sensitivity and specificity of the method of MRTand CT in the assessment of artery invasion was 83.3% and 71.4% respectively, in the assessment of vein invasion - up to 50.0% and 42.9%, respectively. The combination of MRI and CT with intravenous contrast is the best option for planning surgical tactics today.

Author Biographies

B. S. Zaporozhchenko

Odessa National Medical University 
Department of Surgery N 2
Valikhovsky Lane 2, Odessa, 65028, Ukraine

V. V. Kolodiy

Odessa National Medical University
Department of Surgery N 2
Valikhovsky Lane 2, Odessa, 65028, Ukraine

S. V. Shpak

LLC «SEVILYA»
Odessa, 65000, Ukraine

A. A. Gorbunov

Odessa National Medical University
Department of Surgery N 2
Valikhovsky Lane 2, Odessa, 65028, Ukraine

P. T. Muravyov

Odessa National Medical University
Department of Surgery N 2
Valikhovsky Lane 2, Odessa, 65028, Ukraine

I. V. Sharapov

ME «Odessa Regional Clinical Medical Center»
Sudostroitelnaya str., 1, Odessa, 65000, Ukraine

V. G. Shevchenko

ME «Odessa Regional Clinical Medical Center»
Sudostroitelnaya str., 1, Odessa, 65000, Ukraine

V. S. Ishchenko

ME «Odessa Regional Clinical Medical Center» 
Sudostroitelnaya str., 1, Odessa, 65000, Ukraine

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How to Cite

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Zaporozhchenko BS, Kolodiy VV, Shpak SV, Gorbunov AA, Muravyov PT, Sharapov IV, Shevchenko VG, Ishchenko VS. Experience of using MRT imaging in specifying diagnosis of obstructive diseases of the biliopancreatoduodenal zone. Med. perspekt. [Internet]. 2018Dec.3 [cited 2024Jul.20];23(4(part1):62-71. Available from: https://journals.uran.ua/index.php/2307-0404/article/view/145668

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CLINICAL MEDICINE