Pancreatic Pseudocyst with Hemorrhage into the Gastrointestinal Tract through the Duct of Santorini


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Abstract

Hemorrhage into a pancreatic pseudocyst frequently goes unrecognized. This catastrophic event can be heralded by intermittent bleeding, or may present as massive gastrointestinal hemorrhage. A high index of suspicion, proper diagnostic workup, and prompt surgical management afford the patient the best chance for survival. We report a patient with massive pseudocyst bleeding into the gastrointestinal tract via the duct of Santorini and discuss the current diagnostic and therapeutic approach.

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