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2016 IHPBA Conference

Welcome to the AHPBA

The mission of Americas Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association is to disseminate knowledge, foster research and innovation, advance education and training and encourage multidisciplinary collaboration.

Bienvenido al AHPBA

La misión de las AHPBA es difundir el conocimiento, promover la investigación y la innovación, avanzar en la educación y entrenamiento y fomentar la colaboración multidisciplinaria.


Javier Lendoire, MD
AHPBA President

Thank you for visiting the official AHPBA website. As current President of the AHPBA, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the organization. We represent surgical and non-surgical specialists throughout North, Central, and South America who care for patients with disorders of the liver, pancreas, and biliary tract. The AHPBA is one of the most dynamic and exciting surgical organizations today. Read more...

Gracias por visitar el sitio web oficial de AHPBA. Como actual presidente de la AHPBA, es para mí un placer darle la bienvenida a la organización. Representamos especialistas quirúrgicos y no quirúrgicos en el Norte, Centro y Sur del continente americano que atienden a pacientes con enfermedades del hígado, el páncreas y las vías biliares. Ver más...

Obrigado por visitar o site oficial da AHPBA. É um grande prazer, como Presidente da AHPBA, dar as boas vindas à nossa Sociedade. Nós representamos especialistas em áreas cirúrgicas e não cirúrgicas no cuidado a pacientes com doenças do fígado, pâncreas e vias biliares nas Américas do Norte, Central e Sul. Atualmente, a AHPBA é uma sociedade cirúrgica marcada por grande entusiasmo e dinamismo. Read more...

AHPBA Spotlight

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  • AHPBA 2015 Summer Newsletter
  • Purchase AHPBA 2015 Meeting Videos
  • ACS Community for Hepatobiliary Surgery
  • Case of the Month Submission
  • 12th World Congress of the IHPBA

CASE OF THE MONTH

A 74 year old female patient, totally asymptomatic, consulted for presenting in a routine ultrasound two cystic images in the pancreatic body of 13 and 8mm respectively.
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