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24 terms
Pancreatic labs
endocrine roles of the pancreas
exocrine roles of the pancreas
pancreas insufficiency syndromes
pancreatic excess syndromes
-glucose regulation: insulin causes glycolysis and glucagon c…
-cholecystokinin: secretions rich in enzymes... -secretin: secre…
gestational diabetes, DM, DKA, CF
insulinoma, Zollinger-Ellison syndrome (body makes too much g…
endocrine roles of the pancreas
-glucose regulation: insulin causes glycolysis and glucagon c…
exocrine roles of the pancreas
-cholecystokinin: secretions rich in enzymes... -secretin: secre…
65 terms
Diseases of the pancreas and gallbladder
Congenital Anomalies
Pancreas Divisum
Pancreas Divisum (Picture)
Annular Pancreas
-Pancreas divisum... -Annular pancreas
Failure of FUSION of the dorsal and ventral pancreatic primor…
Bandlike ring of pancreatic tissue around the 2nd portion of…
Congenital Anomalies
-Pancreas divisum... -Annular pancreas
Pancreas Divisum
Failure of FUSION of the dorsal and ventral pancreatic primor…
34 terms
Pancreas
development of pancreas
annular pancreas
pancreas divisum
ectopic pancreas
• ventral and dorsal buds from primitive duodenum... - ventral:…
ventral bud rotates incompletely, can obstruct 2nd part of du…
ventral and dorsal pancreas fail to fuse... - dorsal pancreatic…
stomach, duodenum, or upper jejunum... can cause ulceration or…
development of pancreas
• ventral and dorsal buds from primitive duodenum... - ventral:…
annular pancreas
ventral bud rotates incompletely, can obstruct 2nd part of du…
57 terms
Exocrine Pancreas, Gallbladder, and Liver Pathology (1)
Define annular pancreas
State the risk to the duodenum of annu…
Define acute pancreatitis
State the causes of acute pancreatitis
dev malformation in which pancreas forms ring around duodenum
duodenal obstruction
inflammation and hemorrhage of pancreas
autodigestion of pancreatic parenchyma by pancreatic E
Define annular pancreas
dev malformation in which pancreas forms ring around duodenum
State the risk to the duodenum of annu…
duodenal obstruction
34 terms
Clinical CHM CH 17: Pancreas
2 tissues in pancreas
endocrine tissue in pancreas, function
4 hormones secreted by islet of Langer…
exocrine tissue in pancreas
- endocrine... - exocrine
- islet of Langerhans... - hormone secretion
- glucagon (alpha cells)... - insulin (beta cells)... - gastrin... - s…
- pancreatic acinar cells
2 tissues in pancreas
- endocrine... - exocrine
endocrine tissue in pancreas, function
- islet of Langerhans... - hormone secretion
29 terms
Pancreas and Gallbladder Pathology
Can you palpate the pancreas?
%pancreas that is exocrine
%pancreas that is endocrine
Endocrine portion of the pancreas
no
80-90%
10-20%
islets of langerhans, secrete insulin, glucagon
Can you palpate the pancreas?
no
%pancreas that is exocrine
80-90%
40 terms
2/1: Pancreatic Disease
2 functions of the pancreas
Cell type: beta cells
Cell type: alpha cells
Cell type: Delta cells
Exocrine-- Cl, HCO3, Na, K, trypsinogen, chymotrypsinogen, am…
Insulin... Raises blood glucose levels
Glucagon... Reduces blood glucose levels
Somatostatin... Suppress insulin and glucagon
2 functions of the pancreas
Exocrine-- Cl, HCO3, Na, K, trypsinogen, chymotrypsinogen, am…
Cell type: beta cells
Insulin... Raises blood glucose levels
44 terms
STEP 1: key associations 4
ovarian tumor (malignant)
pancreatitis (acute)
pancreatitis (chronic)
classic patient with ALL age
serious cystadenocarcinoma
gallstones, alcohol
alcohol (adults), CF (kids)
child
ovarian tumor (malignant)
serious cystadenocarcinoma
pancreatitis (acute)
gallstones, alcohol
46 terms
Pathology of Exocrine Pancreas and Gall Bladder
Acute Pancreatitis... severity... def
Acute Pancreatitis:... MOA... 3 options ... 4…
Acute Pancreatitis:... result trypsin ac…
Acute pancreatitis... Laboratory Finding…
reversible lesions ... -gland can return to normal if the underl…
1. ductal obstruction... -leads to ischemia... -results in acinar c…
1. kalikrein- kinin activation... -edema + inflammation... 2. chym…
1. Elevation of serum amylase during first 24 hrs... 2. Rising…
Acute Pancreatitis... severity... def
reversible lesions ... -gland can return to normal if the underl…
Acute Pancreatitis:... MOA... 3 options ... 4…
1. ductal obstruction... -leads to ischemia... -results in acinar c…
61 terms
Pancreatic Function and GI Function
GI system composed of the
Digestion is the function of the
Exocrine function involves
Pancreatic is second in size to
-Mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, and large intest…
-Small intestine
Production of many enzymes used in the digestive process
Liver
GI system composed of the
-Mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, and large intest…
Digestion is the function of the
-Small intestine
9 terms
Pancreas
cystic fibrosis or Mucoviscidosis
acute pancreatitis etiology
acute pancreatitis CF
chronic pancreatitis
-congenital... -young kids... -abnormal mucous secretion (thick) of…
-gall stones... -alcohol... -mumps... -pancreas releases its lytic enz…
-severe boring abdominal pain... -radiates to the back... -nausea…
-shrinkage of pancreas due to fibrosis & atrophy of acinar st…
cystic fibrosis or Mucoviscidosis
-congenital... -young kids... -abnormal mucous secretion (thick) of…
acute pancreatitis etiology
-gall stones... -alcohol... -mumps... -pancreas releases its lytic enz…
132 terms
Exocrine Pancreas, Gallbladder, and Liver Pathoma
Annular pancreas
Pathophysiology of acute pancreatitis
Type of necrosis in acute pancreatitis
What is acute pancreatitis usually cau…
developmental malformation in which the pancreas forms a ring…
Inflammation and hemorrhage of the pancreas due to the autodi…
1. liquefactive hemorrhagic necrosis of the pancreas... 2. fat n…
alcohol and gallstones... Other causes include: trauma, hypercal…
Annular pancreas
developmental malformation in which the pancreas forms a ring…
Pathophysiology of acute pancreatitis
Inflammation and hemorrhage of the pancreas due to the autodi…
731 terms
ALL Unit 4 pathoma
Annular pancreas
Pathophysiology of acute pancreatitis
Type of necrosis in acute pancreatitis
What is acute pancreatitis usually cau…
developmental malformation in which the pancreas forms a ring…
Inflammation and hemorrhage of the pancreas due to the autodi…
1. liquefactive hemorrhagic necrosis of the pancreas... 2. fat n…
alcohol and gallstones... Other causes include: trauma, hypercal…
Annular pancreas
developmental malformation in which the pancreas forms a ring…
Pathophysiology of acute pancreatitis
Inflammation and hemorrhage of the pancreas due to the autodi…
72 terms
Images
Cholesterol Stone
Cholesterol Stone
Pigment Stone
Pigment Stone
Cholesterol Stone
Cholesterol Stone
39 terms
Pancreatic Pathology
Failure of the nl fusion of ducts of W…
Rare; caused by the failure of a norma…
Ectopic tissue located in the stomach…
Autosomal recessive exocrine disorder…
Pancreatic Divisum
Annular Pancreas
Ectopic pancreatic tissue
Cystic fibrosis.
Failure of the nl fusion of ducts of W…
Pancreatic Divisum
Rare; caused by the failure of a norma…
Annular Pancreas
97 terms
GI Pathology 2
Isolated malabsorption
Global malabsorption
Malabsorption
Lactase deficiency
Malabsorption of a single nutrient
Malabsorption of multiple nutrients
Digestion and/or absorption are impaired sufficiently to lead…
Most common luminal defect leading to malabsorption... Lactase i…
Isolated malabsorption
Malabsorption of a single nutrient
Global malabsorption
Malabsorption of multiple nutrients
16 terms
Pancreatic Diseases
What type of gland is the pancreas?
What are the 4 types of morphological…
What are the 3 types of functional abn…
2 Examples of functioning tumours of t…
composite - endocrine and exocrine
congenital, trauma, inflammatory, tumours
exocrine insufficiency, endocrine insufficiency, functioning…
insulinoma, gastrinoma
What type of gland is the pancreas?
composite - endocrine and exocrine
What are the 4 types of morphological…
congenital, trauma, inflammatory, tumours
57 terms
Exocrine Pancreas, Gallbladder, and Liver Pathology (1)
Define annular pancreas
State the risk to the duodenum of annu…
Define acute pancreatitis
State the causes of acute pancreatitis
dev malformation in which pancreas forms ring around duodenum
duodenal obstruction
inflammation and hemorrhage of pancreas
autodigestion of pancreatic parenchyma by pancreatic E
Define annular pancreas
dev malformation in which pancreas forms ring around duodenum
State the risk to the duodenum of annu…
duodenal obstruction
9 terms
Cystic Fibrosis
Downward spiral of CF
Respiratory infection more common late…
Respiratory infection more common earl…
Pancreatic insufficiency
Air trapping... Atelectasis... Mucus plugging... Bronchiectasis... Pulmon…
P. aeruginosa
S. aureus
Thick pancreatic secretions obstruct pancreatic duct and lead…
Downward spiral of CF
Air trapping... Atelectasis... Mucus plugging... Bronchiectasis... Pulmon…
Respiratory infection more common late…
P. aeruginosa
11 terms
10. Pancreatic Diseases
What are morphological abnormalities i…
What are functional abnormalities in p…
What occurs in acute pancreatitis?
What occurs in severe pancreatitis?
congenital, trauma, inflammatory, tumours
exocrine and endocrine insufficiency, functioning tumours
minimal organ dysfunction
organ failure, local complications, development of necrosis
What are morphological abnormalities i…
congenital, trauma, inflammatory, tumours
What are functional abnormalities in p…
exocrine and endocrine insufficiency, functioning tumours
pancreatic and body fluids
What does the pancreas do?
Explain the endocrine components?
What does insulin do?
What are exocrine functions?
Large gland involved in digestive system but located outside…
Endocrine component consists of the islets of Langerhans... The…
brings glucose into the cell... so it decreases glucose level.…
Exocrine component make pancreatic fluid... Clear, colorless and…
What does the pancreas do?
Large gland involved in digestive system but located outside…
Explain the endocrine components?
Endocrine component consists of the islets of Langerhans... The…
17 terms
GI TBL 5--Pancreatic cancers & Annular Pancreas
Definition of pancreatic ductal carcin…
Most common antecedent lesions
In which age group and gender is PC mo…
Main risk factor & effect on risk of d…
A malignant epithelial tumour arising in the pancreas compose…
pancreatic intraepithelial neoplasms (PanIN)
Males, >60y/o... a disease of the elderly
smoking... doubles risk
Definition of pancreatic ductal carcin…
A malignant epithelial tumour arising in the pancreas compose…
Most common antecedent lesions
pancreatic intraepithelial neoplasms (PanIN)
103 terms
exocrine pancreas, gallbladder, liver pathoma chapter
what is an annular pancreas
annular pancreas poses a risk for
clinical features of acute pancreatitis
acute pancreatitis results in what kin…
developmental malformation in which the pancreas forms a ring…
duodenal obstruction
-epigastric abdominal pain that radiates to the back... -nausea,…
liquefactive hemorrhagic necrosis of the pancreas, fat necros…
what is an annular pancreas
developmental malformation in which the pancreas forms a ring…
annular pancreas poses a risk for
duodenal obstruction
33 terms
Pancreas- E&H quiz 3
development of pancreas
annular pancreas
pancreas divisum
ectopic pancreas
• ventral and dorsal buds from primitive duodenum... - ventral:…
ventral bud rotates incompletely, can obstruct 2nd part of du…
ventral and dorsal pancreas fail to fuse... - dorsal pancreatic…
stomach, duodenum, or upper jejunum... can cause ulceration or…
development of pancreas
• ventral and dorsal buds from primitive duodenum... - ventral:…
annular pancreas
ventral bud rotates incompletely, can obstruct 2nd part of du…
24 terms
Cystic Fibrosis
autosomal recessive trait, mutation fo…
downward spiral to air trapping, atele…
delay disease progression, optimize qu…
Pancreatic enzyme products, fat solubl…
basics of CF genetics (2)
pathophysiology of CF
Understand long term treatment goals in CF (4)
Recommend appropriate pharmacological classes for chronic CF…
autosomal recessive trait, mutation fo…
basics of CF genetics (2)
downward spiral to air trapping, atele…
pathophysiology of CF
13 terms
Genes and markers
alpha fetal protein
ATP7B
HFE gene, mutated hepcidin
complete lack of UGT1A1
HCC hepato cellular carcinoma
Wilson's Disease
Hemochromatosis
Crigler Najjar Syndrome type one
alpha fetal protein
HCC hepato cellular carcinoma
ATP7B
Wilson's Disease
24 terms
Pancreas
Endocrine function
Exocrine function
Lab values associated with acute pancr…
Causes of acute pancreatitis
Secretion of glucagon and insulin
Produce pancreatic juice enter duodenum w/ bile. Amylase & Li…
Increase Amylase & Lipase
Biliary obstruction... Gallstones... Trauma... Infection
Endocrine function
Secretion of glucagon and insulin
Exocrine function
Produce pancreatic juice enter duodenum w/ bile. Amylase & Li…
28 terms
GI radiology
esophageal diverticula... - best imaging…
GERD - best imaging is barium esophagram
esophageal carcinoma - best imaging is…
hiatal hernia
esophageal diverticula... - best imaging…
GERD - best imaging is barium esophagram
73 terms
Pancreas, Gallbladder + Colon Pathology
Pancreas- Exocrine function- types of…
Pancreas- Endocrine function- type of…
3 types of pancreas pathology and the…
4 major etiologies of acute Pancreatit…
Composed of acinar cells and ducts. Acinar cells contain zymo…
Islets of Langerhans which secrete insulin, glucagon and othe…
Congenital/Genetic- Cystic Fibrosis... Inflammatory/ Infective-…
Metabolic- Alcohol... Mechanical- Gallstones/trauma... Vascular- Sh…
Pancreas- Exocrine function- types of…
Composed of acinar cells and ducts. Acinar cells contain zymo…
Pancreas- Endocrine function- type of…
Islets of Langerhans which secrete insulin, glucagon and othe…
10 terms
pathology test 3 - pancreas
Disease concept for the pancreas
Pancreatitis
Acute pancreatitis
Chronic pancreatitis
1. Enzyme Autolysis -(exocrine) digestion ... 2. Hormone imbala…
a chemical inflammation of the pancreas, sterile, non infecti…
- swollen, bloody, hemorrhagic ... * linked to alcohol over used…
looks more like a fibrosis of the tissue - irreversible, asym…
Disease concept for the pancreas
1. Enzyme Autolysis -(exocrine) digestion ... 2. Hormone imbala…
Pancreatitis
a chemical inflammation of the pancreas, sterile, non infecti…
12 terms
Ch. 7 - Tumor Markers
human chorionic gonadotropin
calcitonin (made in the C-cells)
catecholamine and metabolites
α-fetoprotein
nonseminomatous testicular, trophoblastic
medullary carcinoma of thyroid
pheochromocytoma
liver cell cancer, nonseminomatous germ cell tumor of testis
human chorionic gonadotropin
nonseminomatous testicular, trophoblastic
calcitonin (made in the C-cells)
medullary carcinoma of thyroid
102 terms
Pancreas and DM lasku #3
acute pancreatitis
What is the most common location for c…
what are the cells of the endocrine pa…
what are the drugs associated with acu…
Acute onset of abdominal pain resulting from enzymatic necros…
Heat of the pancreas 60%
alpha cells: glucagon ... Beta cells: islets of langerhans: insu…
thiazide diuretic ... estrogens ... sulfonamides ... furosemide
acute pancreatitis
Acute onset of abdominal pain resulting from enzymatic necros…
What is the most common location for c…
Heat of the pancreas 60%
41 terms
Pancreas- Clin Chem
Pancreas location
Pancreas composition
Endocrine
Exocrine
Behind peritoneal cavity across upper abdomen at level of 1st…
Endocrine and exocrine tissue
Hormone
Secretory (enzymes)
Pancreas location
Behind peritoneal cavity across upper abdomen at level of 1st…
Pancreas composition
Endocrine and exocrine tissue
28 terms
Cystic Fibrosis (CF)
Cystic fibrosis (CF) type of inheritan…
Types of Mutations of the CF gene: Typ…
Types of Mutations of the CF gene: Typ…
Types of Mutations of the CF gene: Typ…
Autosomal recessive... encoded on chromosome 7... Common in caucasi…
Type 1: No synthesis of CFTR
Type 2:Most Common... ΔF508 Mutation* -> NO MATURATION AND MISF…
Improper Channel activation -> Including G4551D -> 2nd most…
Cystic fibrosis (CF) type of inheritan…
Autosomal recessive... encoded on chromosome 7... Common in caucasi…
Types of Mutations of the CF gene: Typ…
Type 1: No synthesis of CFTR
16 terms
Chromosomal Diseases by #
Chromosome 1
Chromosome 2
Chromosome 4
Chromosome 16
Osteogenesis Imperfecta Type 8... LEPRI gene
Rhabdomyosarcoma... *Pax3* translocation with FKHR gene (ch.13)
Achondroplasia - FGFR3 gene... Osteosarcoma - CDK4 gene... Polycyst…
PKD1
Chromosome 1
Osteogenesis Imperfecta Type 8... LEPRI gene
Chromosome 2
Rhabdomyosarcoma... *Pax3* translocation with FKHR gene (ch.13)
66 terms
Pancreas
two types of pancreatitis
type of IEP fluid collections before 4…
types of necrotizing pancreatitis flui…
type of IEP fluid collection after 4 w…
interstitial edematous pancreatitis and necrotizing pancreati…
acute peripancreatic fluid collection (sterile or infected)
acute necrotic collection (parenchymal necrosis, peripancreat…
pancreatic pseudocyst (sterile or infected)
two types of pancreatitis
interstitial edematous pancreatitis and necrotizing pancreati…
type of IEP fluid collections before 4…
acute peripancreatic fluid collection (sterile or infected)
60 terms
Pancreas
Annular Pancreas
Pancreas divisum***
Heterotopic pancreas
Cystic fibrosis
Ventral buds fail to rotate properly ... Pancreas encircles duod…
M/C congenital anomaly... Classic type results from fusion of d…
No anatomic continuity with pancreas... Can cause obstruction,…
AR... 1 of M/C hereditary disorders in Caucasians... Multisystem di…
Annular Pancreas
Ventral buds fail to rotate properly ... Pancreas encircles duod…
Pancreas divisum***
M/C congenital anomaly... Classic type results from fusion of d…
30 terms
Genetics: Chapter 11
epithelial
pulmonary disease (pneumonia)
CFTR
recessive
Cystic Fibrosis is a disorder that affects the _______ cells…
most common cause of morbidity associated with CF is:
A mutation in the ______ gene has been shown to cause CF
Inheritance of CF follow an autosomal _____ pattern
epithelial
Cystic Fibrosis is a disorder that affects the _______ cells…
pulmonary disease (pneumonia)
most common cause of morbidity associated with CF is:
70 terms
Gastroenterology
Solid food dysphagia
Solids/liquids dysphagia
Oropharyngeal dysphagia most commonly…
Best study for oropharyngeal dysphagia
Esophageal web... Distal esophageal ring/Schatzki ring... Eosinophi…
Achalasia (Chagas if travel to S. America)... Scleroderma... Diffus…
Muscular or neurologic disorders... Stroke, Parkinson disease, A…
Videofluoroscopy
Solid food dysphagia
Esophageal web... Distal esophageal ring/Schatzki ring... Eosinophi…
Solids/liquids dysphagia
Achalasia (Chagas if travel to S. America)... Scleroderma... Diffus…
12 terms
Respiratory 3
autosomal recessive genetic abnormalit…
3rd leading cause of patients with CF
pancreatic manifestations of CF
GI abnormalities in CF patients
cystic fibrosis
chronic liver disease
dec. exocrine function... thick pancreatic secretions==pancreati…
meconium ileus in newborns... thickened, dried stools... inflammato…
autosomal recessive genetic abnormalit…
cystic fibrosis
3rd leading cause of patients with CF
chronic liver disease
530 terms
today's sets!
CF is a ______ lethal distorder.
CF affects more than just the _______…
Viscous mucus prevents _______ of the…
Lung _____________, bronchiectasis and…
common
chloride
clearing; biofilm
over inflation
CF is a ______ lethal distorder.
common
CF affects more than just the _______…
chloride
33 terms
Acute abdominal pain: Chole, pancreatitis, diverticulitis
gallbladder disease epidemiology
risk factors for gallbladder disease
patho of GB disease
what percentage of acute cholecystitis…
female... 40+... pregnancy
family history... diet (high fat)... medications (oral contraceptiv…
Bile stones block the cystic or common bile duct, causing jau…
12%
gallbladder disease epidemiology
female... 40+... pregnancy
risk factors for gallbladder disease
family history... diet (high fat)... medications (oral contraceptiv…
25 terms
(21) Pancreatic Diseases, 17 FEB
(Try) to describe the ducts near the p…
What is acute pancreatitis?
What is chronic pancreatitis?
What falls between acute and chronic p…
- the pancreas has the pancreatic duct... - it joins with the co…
- acute inflammation... - acute abdominal pain... - elevated pancre…
- chronic inflammation... - chronic abdominal pain... - progressive…
- acute relapsing pancreatitis
(Try) to describe the ducts near the p…
- the pancreas has the pancreatic duct... - it joins with the co…
What is acute pancreatitis?
- acute inflammation... - acute abdominal pain... - elevated pancre…
25 terms
Disorders of Liver, Gallbladder, and Pancreas.
jaundice
hyperbilirubinemia
acute viral hepatitis
fibrosis
...
...
...
...
jaundice
...
hyperbilirubinemia
...
12 terms
Cells FINAL: Chromosome/Diseases
Chromosome 1
Chromosome 2
Chromosome 4
Chromosome 7
Osteogenesis Imperfecta Type 8... LEPRI gene
Rhabdomyosarcoma... *Pax3* translocation with FKHR gene (ch.13)
Achondroplasia - FGFR3 gene... Osteosarcoma - CDK4 gene
Chronic Pancreatitis and Cystic fibrosis... CFTR mutation
Chromosome 1
Osteogenesis Imperfecta Type 8... LEPRI gene
Chromosome 2
Rhabdomyosarcoma... *Pax3* translocation with FKHR gene (ch.13)
26 terms
Cystic Fibrosis
Genetic cause of CF
the genetic mutation causes
Life expectancy of CF
Organs affected by CF (5)
Mutation on chromosome 7 in a gene that codes for the protein…
sodium chloride channel impairment which creates excess mucou…
40 yo
Pancreas... Liver... Sweat Glands... GI tract... Reproductive tract
Genetic cause of CF
Mutation on chromosome 7 in a gene that codes for the protein…
the genetic mutation causes
sodium chloride channel impairment which creates excess mucou…
168 terms
Chapter 11: Exocrine pancreas, gallbladder, liver pathology
What is an annular pancreas?
What is acute pancreatitis?
What is acute pancreatitis due to?
Which is the first enzyme classically…
Congenital malformation in which the pancreas forms a ring ar…
Inflammation and hemorrhage of pancreas
Autodigestion of pancreatic parenchyma by pancreatic enzymes
Trypsin
What is an annular pancreas?
Congenital malformation in which the pancreas forms a ring ar…
What is acute pancreatitis?
Inflammation and hemorrhage of pancreas
34 terms
(12) Guo: Pancreas and Gallbladder pathology
Pancreas normal histology
Case: 38-year-old man who has abused *…
Labs: ... WBC 19.1 ... Ca: 7.9 (8.4‐10.2)... TG…
Imaging of acute pancreatitis? (US? CT?)
Typical presentation of acute pancreatitis
Typical labs of acute pancreatitis: ... ... Amylase and lipase ele…
1. US: Enlarged pancreas with decreased echogenicity and decr…
Pancreas normal histology
Case: 38-year-old man who has abused *…
Typical presentation of acute pancreatitis
69 terms
12-childhood 4
most common life threatening AR disord…
lack of close genotype phenotype corre…
different screenings for CF
enzyme elevated in CF
CF
phenotypic heterogeneity
parental prenatal screening... newborn screening... CFTR gene analy…
trypsinogen
most common life threatening AR disord…
CF
lack of close genotype phenotype corre…
phenotypic heterogeneity
31 terms
Pathology of the Pancreas
What are the major causes of acute pan…
How can acute pancreatitis cause activ…
Acute pancreatitis - fat necrosis
What is the major cause of hereditary…
GET SMASHED ... Gallstones, EtOH, Trauma, Steroids, Mumps/mutati…
Trypsin converts prekalikrein to activated form (bradykinin)…
Mainly due to PRSS1 mutation (catatonic trypsinogen) - trypsi…
What are the major causes of acute pan…
GET SMASHED ... Gallstones, EtOH, Trauma, Steroids, Mumps/mutati…
How can acute pancreatitis cause activ…
Trypsin converts prekalikrein to activated form (bradykinin)…
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