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Figure 1-2 Usual course and distribution of the pancreatic ducts. The papilla of Vater and the accessory papilla are shown. (From Rienhoff, W.F., Jr., and Pickrell, K.L.: Pancreatitis; anatomic study of pancreatic and extrahepatic biliary systems. Arch. Surg., 51:205, 1945, with permission. Copyright 1945, American Medical Association.)

Figure 1-3 Variations In terminations of the common bile and main pancreatic ducts. (From Rienhoff, W.F., Jr., and Pickrell, K.L.: Pancreatitis: Anatomic study of pancreatic and extrahepatic biliary systems. Arch. Surg., 51:205, 1945, with permission. Copyright 1945, American Medical Association.)

Figure 1-4 Diameter of the main pancreatic duct in the head, body, and tail as reported by several authors. (From Skandalakis, J.E., Gray,, S.W., Rowe, J.S., et al.: Anatomical complications of pancreatic surgery. Part I. Contemp. Surg., 15:17, 1979. Reprinted with permission, Contemporary Surgery.)

Figure 1-5 Diagrammatic representation of the four sphincters making up the sphincter of Boy den. The measurements are those of White (1973). (From Skandalakis, J.E., Gray, S.W., Rowe, J.S., et al.: Anatomical complications of pancreatic surgery, Parti. Contemp. Surg., 15:17, 1979. Reprinted with permission, Contemporary Surgery.)

Figure 1-6 The T arrangement of duodenal mucosal folds indicating the site of the major duodenal papilla. In some cases, a mucosal fold may cover the orifice of the papilla. No such arrangement marks the site of the minor papilla. The major papilla is rarely this obvious.

Figure 1-7 A, Normal pancreatic arteriogram. Injection is made selectively into the gastroduodenal artery. B, Selective superior mesenteric arteriogram illustrating the anomalous origin of the right hepatic artery from the superior mesenteric artery.

Figure 1-8 Embryonic development of the pancreas. A, Formation of dorsal and ventral pancreatic primordia. B, Rotation of the ventral pancreas. C, Fusion of the primordia to form the adult pancreas. (From Skandalakis, J.E., Gray, S. W., Rowe, J.S., eta!.: Anatomical complications of pancreatic surgery. Parti. Contemp. Surg., 15:17, 1979. Reprinted with permission, Contemporary Surgery.)

Figure 1-9 Annular pancreas. (From Coffey, R.J., and Blumberg, J.J.: Surgery in nonacute diseases of the pancreas. U.S. Armed Forces Med. J., 2:803, 1951, with permission.)

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