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  1. You were in the hospital because you have pancreatitis . This is a swelling (inflammation) of the pancreas. ... remove the contents of your stomach. If your pancreatitis was caused by gallstones or a blocked duct, ...
  2. Pancreatitis is swelling of the pancreas. Chronic pancreatitis is present when this problem does not heal or recurs and does not improve, gets worse over time, and leads to permanent damage.
  3. Acute pancreatitis is sudden swelling and inflammation of the pancreas. ... its blood vessels. This problem is called acute pancreatitis. Acute pancreatitis affects men more often than women. ...
  4. ... most often develop after an episode of severe pancreatitis. Pancreatitis happens when your pancreas gets inflamed. There are ... with long-term (chronic) swelling of the pancreas (pancreatitis), most often due to alcohol abuse After trauma ...
  5. Pancreatitis in children, as in adults, occurs when the pancreas becomes swollen and inflamed. ... and its blood vessels. This condition is called pancreatitis. Common causes of pancreatitis in children include: Trauma ...
  6. Inflammation of the pancreas, or pancreatitis, is a serious condition that is most commonly caused by either alcohol toxicity or gallstones. Gallstones can lodge in the common ...
  7. ... most often used to diagnose or monitor acute pancreatitis . It may also detect some digestive tract problems. ... also be done for the following conditions: Chronic pancreatitis Pancreatic pseudocyst
  8. ... for disease of the pancreas, most often acute pancreatitis . Lipase appears in excessive amounts in the blood ... bowel obstruction) Celiac disease Cancer of the pancreas Pancreatitis Pancreatic or bile duct blockage Pancreatic pseudocyst Perforated ...
  9. ... the liver (portal vein thrombosis) Congestive heart failure Pancreatitis Thickening and scarring of the sac-like covering ...
  10. ... swelling of the pancreas caused by acute infection (pancreatitis).
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