PANCREATIC SEROUS CYSTADENOMA RELATED MORTALITY IS ALMOST NIL. RESULTS OF A MULTINATIONAL STUDY UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PANCREATOLOGY AND THE EUROPEAN PANCREATIC CLUB.

Bénédicte Jais  1     Vinciane Rebours  1     Giuseppe Malleo  2     Roberto Salvia  2     Anne Marie Lennon  3     Giovanni Marchegiani  4     Carlos del Castillo  4     Yeonjung Ha  5     Ichiro Hirai  6     Wataru Kimura  6     Chang Kang  7     Woo Lee  7     Stefano Crippa  8     Massimo Falconi  9     Ilias Gomatos  10     John P. Neoptolemos  11     Anna Milanetto     Cosimo Sperti     Claudio Ricci     Massimiliano Bissolati     ISABELLA FRIGERIO     Roberto Girelli     Myriam Delhaye     Benjamin Bernier     Huaizhi Wang     Kee-Taek Jang     Dae Song     Matthew Huggett     Kofi Oppong     Liudmyla Pererva     Kostiantyn Kopchak     Marco Del Chiaro     Ralf Segersvärd     Linda Lee     Darwin Conwell     Alessandro Osvaldt     Vinicius Campos     Guillermo Garcete     Bertrand Napoléon     Philippe Lévy    
1 Service De Pancréatologie Gastroentérologie, Hôpital Beaujon, Clichy, France
2 University Of Verona Hospital Trust, Verona, Italy
3 The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, United States
4 Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, United States
5 Asan Medical Center, Seoul, Korea, Republic Of
6 Yamagata University Faculty Of Medicine, Yamagata, Japan
7 Yonsei University Severance Hospital, Seoul, Korea, Republic Of
8 Ospedali Riuniti Academic Hospital, Ancona, Italy
9 Ospedali Riuniti Academic Hospital, Ancona, Italy
10 The Royal Liverpool And Broadgreen University Hospitals Nhs Trust, Liverpool, United Kingdom
11 The Royal Liverpool And Broadgreen University Hospitals Nhs Trust, Liverpool, United

Conference
UEG Week 2014

Citation
United European Gastroenterology Journal; 2014: 2 (Supplement 1)


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