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Education in practice
The role of multidisciplinary meetings for benign pancreatobiliary diseases: a tertiary centre experience
  1. Noor L H Bekkali1,
  2. Sam Murray1,
  3. Lesley Winter1,
  4. Vinay Sehgal1,
  5. George J M Webster1,
  6. Michael H Chapman1,
  7. Steven Bandula2,
  8. Zahir Amin2,
  9. Samantha Read2,
  10. Stephen P Pereira1,
  11. Gavin J Johnson1
  1. 1Department of Pancreato-Biliary Diseases, University College London Hospital, London, UK
  2. 2Department of Radiology, University College London Hospital, London, UK
  1. Correspondence to Dr Gavin J Johnson, GI-services, UCLH, 250 Euston Road, London NW1 2PG, UK; gavin.johnson{at}uclh.nhs.uk

Abstract

Multidisciplinary meetings are central to the management of chronic and complex diseases and they have become widely established across the modern healthcare. Patients with pancreatobiliary diseases can often present with complex clinical dilemmas, which fall out with the scope of current guidelines. Therefore, these patients require a personalised management approach discussed in a multidisciplinary meeting.

  • PANCREATIC DISORDERS
  • BILIARY ENDOSCOPY
  • ENDOSCOPIC RETROGRADE PANCREATOGRAPHY
  • SPHINCTER OF ODDI
  • BILE DUCT STONES

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