Pancreatoscopy in Chronic Pancreatitis with Intraductal Lithiasis by Dr. Rodan & Dr. Carro, Alcazar de San Juan, Spain

Patient History
A 58-year-old-man, who is a smoker with alcoholic chronic pancreatitis and secondary dilation of the main pancreatic duct, was admitted with chronic abdominal pain. Intraductal pancreatic lithiasis was diagnosed and after two therapeutic ERCPs, only partial lithiasis extraction was achieved. A pancreatic sphincterotomy was performed, during which the pancreatic duct strictures were dilated with 6 and 8mm Hurricane™ RX.