Surgery on the Spleen

When dealing with the spleen, one of the more frequent complications is bleeding, especially when it is enlarged or involved in trauma. The spleen can be difficult to control during an operation. In addition, the surgeon must pay careful attention to the pancreas, as it’s distal portion is often adherent to the spleen. The best outcomes tend to involve surgeons with experience operating on this organ in multiple settings.

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