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Pancreatitis

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Reference Summary

X-Plain Pancreatitis Reference Summary Introduction Pancreatitis is a rare disease that causes the pancreas to become inflamed. Though rare, about 80,000 Americans have acute pancreatitis every year.

Pancreatitis

AD 10/02 Pancreatitis The "most terrible of all calamities that occur in connection with the abdominal viscera. The suddenness of its onset, the illimitable agony which accompanies it, and the mortality attendant upon it render it the most formidable of catastrophes.--B.

Pancreatitis, Acute Last Updated

Pancreatitis, Acute Last Updated: June 23, 2004 Synonyms and related keywords: acute pancreatitis, interstitial pancreatitis, edematous pancreatitis, necrotizing

Acute Pancreatitis in Children

Fact Sheet -Acute Pancreatitis in Children What is acute pancreatitis? Acute pancreatitis is irritation of the pancreas. Your child’s pancreas is an organ located in the upper

Update on Acute Pancreatitis.

Update on Acute Pancreatitis. by Barbara S. Aronson Acute pancreatitis is a complex, life-threatening disease that requires diligent and comprehensive medical and nursing care.

Diagnosing and Treating Pancreatitis

Dr. Roberta Relford: We've met here today to talk about pancreatitis. Let me start by asking, "What is pancreatitis?" Dr. Jörg Steiner: Pancreatitis is an inflammatory disease of the pancreas.

PANCREATITIS

PANCREATITIS What's the Problem, and How Do You Diagnose It? The pancreas is the gland located in the upper abdomen that secretes digestive enzymes into the small intestine and insulin into the bloodstream.

Pancreatitis

Pancreatitis is an inflammation of the panc reas. The pancreas is a large gland behind the stomach and close to the duodenum. The duodenum is the upper part of the small intestine.

JAMA Patient Page | Pancreatitis

LIVER Gallbladder STOMACH Small intestine (duodenum) Pancreas Stomach Liver Spine Pancreas Bile duct Pancreatic duct GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE JAMA PATIENT PAGE The Journal of the American Medical AssociationPancreatitis