Comparing Two Methods to Follow Patients With Pancreatic Cysts

The purpose of this study is to compare the two approaches for monitoring pancreatic cysts.
The study doctors want to compare more frequent monitoring vs less frequent monitoring in
order to learn which monitoring method leads to better outcome for patients with pancreatic
cysts.

Intervention

Computed Tomography, Endoscopic Ultrasound, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Quality-of-Life Assessment, Questionnaire Administration

Condition

Pancreatic Carcinoma

Investigators

David S Weinberg, Alison K. Conlin, Bryan A. Faller, Kevin M. Lowe, Akhil Chawla, David S. Hanson, Kathleen J. Yost, Preston D. Steen, Koushik K. Das, Itzhak Nir, Albert S. DeNittis, Kyo U. Chu, David S. Weinberg, John C. Mansour, Daniel E. Abbott, Samuel Galgano, Annabelle Fonseca, Rahul Pannala, Rebekah R. White, Kimberly Kirkwood, James J. Farrell, John W. Kunstman, Paul M. Bloomston, Maria Russell, Anthony D. Yang, George I. Salti, Melissa Hogg, Howard M. Gross, Nadav Sahar, Cherif N. Boutros, Richard Kwon, Kai A. Bickenbach, Andrew J. Bain, Diane Simeone, William Tse, John Maple, Kaveh Sharzehi, Ki Y. Chung, Ryan K. Schmocker, Stephen W. Behrman, Marcus C. Tan, George Van Buren, Maryam Rezvani, Todd W. Bauer, Brian A. Boone, Sabo B. Tanimu, Luis Baez-Diaz, Felix I. Tellez-Avila, Keith M. Cavaness, Walid Chalhoub, Thomas J. Saphner, Marshall P. Stagg, Lavanya Yohanathan, Alexander Itskovich, John C. McAuliffe, Emmanuel E. Zervos, Somashekar G. Krishna, Darius C. Desai, Hanna Zafar, Daniel D. Kirchoff, Albert C. Lockhart, Jose G. Trevino, Sang Myung Woo

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