Pancreas divisum and chronic pancreatitis in a 12-year-old male.
Pancreas divisum and chronic pancreatitis in a 12-year-old male. Cannulation of the major papilla shows a normal common duct and a small ventral pancreatic duct (arrow). Cannulation of the minor papilla shows a dilated dorsal pancreatic duct (arrowhead) with dilated primary and secondary branches. After minor papilla sphincterotomy, a 5 Fr pancreatic stent (two arrows) without proximal flaps was left in place for 5 days.
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