Pancreaticobiliary disorders include tumors, obstruction, and injury of the pancreas and bile ducts. MaineHealth has skilled doctors who treat the pancreas and bile ducts.
What are pancreaticobiliary disorders?
Pancreaticobiliary disorders affect the pancreas, gall bladder and bile ducts. These disorders can be complex and require the evaluation, care and treatment of a specialist.
The Pancreaticobiliary Center at Maine Medical Center brings together gastroenterologists, surgeons, anesthesiologists, radiologists and pathologists, in order to provide a team approach for patients. The team approach allows for better coordination of treatment and services for the best patient outcomes.
Advanced treatment for a range of disorders
Specialists at the Pancreaticobiliary Center evaluate and treat a range of disorders affecting the pancreas and biliary system including:
Bile duct disease: Cysts, stones, strictures and tumors;
Gallbladder disease: gallstones, inflammation of the gallbladder, infection and obstruction
Pancreas disease: tumors and pancreatitis.
The pancreaticobiliary center provides the latest surgical procedures that are minimally invasive.