Charles B., U.S. surgeon, 1902-1973. See: Puestow procedure.
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On the other hand, Puestow and modified Puestow (Partington) were the drainage procedures.
These patients in which endoscopic treatments failed underwent modified Puestow pancreaticojejunostomy (Partington) (Fig.
Also, different kinds of bougies (e.g., Savary-Gilliard and Puestow) and balloons (e.g., CRE, Rigiflex, and Bard) were used for dilation in the studies.
Thompson, "Progressive loss of pancreatic function in chronic pancreatitis is delayed by main pancreatic duct decompression: A longitudinal prospective analysis of the modified puestow procedure," Annals of Surgery, vol.
Weathering of an open water spill can greatly reduce the effectiveness of spill clean-up countermeasures, making it crucial that countermeasures be deployed quickly before the oil emulsifies (Puestow et al.
Robert Puestow, managing director, Upsolut Sports UK said: "The British Triathlon Championships is triathlon for everyone.
Patients with a history of a Puestow procedure (lateral pancreaticojejunostomy) had a much lower mean yield, about 1,531 islet equivalents per kilogram.
In 1958, Puestow and Gillesby introduced the lateral (longitudinal) opening of the pancreatic duct through the whole organ including the removal of the pancreatic tail and the spleen.
Patients with tropical chronic pancreatitis who undergo the Puestow procedure not only have relief from pain but also improvement of diabetes.
In 1942, Puestow [12] reported a series of 16 patients, with a spontaneous internal biliary fistula between the gallbladder, the choledochus, and other abdominal and thoracic organs.
(11) A resectional procedure may be useful if a Puestow procedure fails to ameliorate pain, (8) with as many as 75% of patients having a reasonable lifestyle after pancreatic resection.