BioMed Research International / 2014 / Article / Tab 2

Clinical Study

A New Surgical Technique of Pancreaticoduodenectomy with Splenic Artery Resection for Ductal Adenocarcinoma of the Pancreatic Head and/or Body Invading Splenic Artery: Impact of the Balance between Surgical Radicality and QOL to Avoid Total Pancreatectomy

Table 2

Comparison of surgical outcomes between PD and PD-SAR.

PD ( )PD-SAR ( ) value

Blood loss (g) 0.340
Operation time (min) 0.429
Combined resection
 SMV/PV58 (87.9%)18 (100%)0.271
 Colon7 (10.6%)00.336
 Total gastrectomy1 (1.5%)2 (11.1%)0.219
 HA3 (4.5%)1 (5.6%)0.656
 SA0 (0%)18 (100%)<0.001
Type of P-J anastomosis
 PWST65 (98.5%)12 (61.1%)<0.001
 Dunking1 (1.5%)6 (38.9%)
Blood transfusion (mL) 0.660
Postoperative complication
 C-D grade III13 (19.7%) 3 (16.7%)0.790
DHS (days) 0.980

P-J: pancreaticojejunostomy; PWST: pair-watch suturing technique (16); C-D: Clavien-Dindo classification (18); DHS: duration of hospital stay.