Transluminal endoscopic step-up approach versus minimally invasive surgical step-up approach in patients with infected necrotising pancreatitis (TENSION trial): design and rationale of a randomised controlled multicenter trial [ISRCTN09186711]

S. van Brunschot*, J. van Grinsven, R.P. Voermans, O.J. Bakker, M.G. Besselink, M.A. Boermeester, T.L. Bollen, K. Bosscha, S. A. Bouwense, M.J. Bruno, V.C. Cappendijk, E.C. Consten, C.H. Dejong, M.G. Dijkgraaf, C.H. van Eijck, G.W. Erkelens, H. van Goor, M. Hadithi, J.W. Haveman, S.H. HofkerJ.J. Jansen, J.S. Lameris, K. P. van Lienden, E.R. Manusama, M.A. Meijssen, C.J. Mulder, V.B. Nieuwenhuis, J. W. Poley, R. de Ridder, C. Rosman, A.F. Schaapherder, J. J. Scheepers, E.J. Schoon, T. Seerden, B.M. Spanier, J.W. Straathof, R. Timmer, N.G. Venneman, F.P. Vleggaar, B.J. Witteman, H.G. Gooszen, H.C. van Santvoort, P. Fockens, A.A. Dutch Pancreatitis Study Group (incl. Masclee)

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