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Figure 2: (a) Port placement. (b) The pancreas is freed from the splenic artery and vein at the corpus level. (c) Completed resection and reinforcement of the body of the pancreas with polypropylene single sutures. (d) Cyst formation within the pancreas parenchyma and inflammatory granulation tissue with foreign body giant cells around the cyst; the cyst wall is formed from an eosinophilic laminated layer (H and E, ×25)

Figure 2: (a) Port placement. (b) The pancreas is freed from the splenic artery and vein at the corpus level. (c) Completed resection and reinforcement of the body of the pancreas with polypropylene single sutures. (d) Cyst formation within the pancreas parenchyma and inflammatory granulation tissue with foreign body giant cells around the cyst; the cyst wall is formed from an eosinophilic laminated layer (H and E, ×25)