A posterior outer suture-row is performed between the capsule of the pancreatic stump and the seromuscular layer of the jejunum posteriorly. Opposite to the main pancreatic duct, a full-thickness incision with a length of 1 cm is made in the jejunal wall. The cut surface of the pancreatic remnant is anastomosed to the seromuscular edges of the new-formed jejunal opening.
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