Here too, the arteriographic therapeutic approach applies, although sometimes the side-effects are more disturbing than they are for the spleen.
The nausea and heaviness episodes are in fact more acute during the first infusions, as is the pain felt at the moment of the infusion at the pancreatic artery because of its small diameter, which causes reactions due to its temporary and forced stretching.
One positive reaction which indicates the quick sensitivity of the colonies to sodium bicarbonate is the fast attenuation of the existing dorsal pain.
It may be that anomalous vascular conditions have sometimes occurred when surgical or biliar interventions have been performed. In this case, arteriographic therapy may not be very efficacious. The crossing of the colonies in adjacent tissues or in the liver imposes a specific therapy even for these pathological conditions.