COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE EARLY POSTOPERATIVE PERIOD IN SURGICAL DISEASES WITH PANCREATIC CYSTS
Postnecrotic cysts of the pancreas 60% cause various complications such as
suppuration, perforation, bleeding, compression of the digestive tract, obstructive jaundice,
characterized by high mortality - up to 54%[1,3] Indication for the surgical intervention depend
on the cause of the cyst, the connection of the cyst with the main pancreatic duct, and the presence
of complications. Surgical treatment for postnecrotic cysts remains the method of choice.
Minimally invasive surgical interventions are widely used [2,4,5].The high prevalence of cystic
lesions of the pancreas, the difficulty of choosing the optimal method of treatment require the
creation of a rational, practical treatment algorithm . Dissatisfaction with the results of treatment
and a large number of complications prompt a search for a new, gold standard in the treatment of
patients and the determination of the real place of minimally invasive and open surgical methods.