The baby has a pancreas, what should I do?

August 12, 2017 Pancreatitis

Pancreatic diseases can occur in children of any age, including newborn babies.In this case, the course of the disease in the child is not as pronounced as in adults: acute pancreatitis is relatively rare, and chronic pancreatitis can be asymptomatic, without severe pain and digestive disorders...

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The course of pancreatitis

August 12, 2017 Pancreatitis

Given the peculiarities of the course of pancreatitis, it is customary in medicine to classify this disease as light, medium, heavy, and extremely difficult.Each of these stages has its clinical picture.    In mild form, pancreatitis proceeds as follows.The patient complains of severe pain in t...

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Diffuse changes in the structure of the pancreas

August 12, 2017 Pancreatitis

The ultrasound of the pancreas is one of the main types of diagnosis, giving a real idea of ​​the degree of its damage and the stage of the disease.It should be noted that the pancreas, being one of the most significant digestive organs, is located in the depth of the body behind the stomach, w...

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