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1,504 Possible Causes for Pancreatic Pain

  • Acute Pancreatitis

    To assess the effectiveness and safety of opioids for treating acute pancreatitis pain.[] Opioids versus no opioids for acute pancreatitis pain Opioids versus no opioids for acute pancreatitis pain Patient or population: participants with acute pancreatitis pain[] Objectives: To assess the effectiveness and safety of opioids for treating acute pancreatitis pain.[]

  • Pancreatic Abscess

    Signs and symptoms [ edit ] Patients with pancreatic abscesses may experience abdominal pain, chills and fever or the inability to eat.[] Twenty days after the initial presentation, he re-presented with increasing pain and was found to have pancreatic necrosis and abscesses.[] A 50-year-old female was referred to our hospital because of postprandial epigastric pain and pancreatic head mass.[]

  • Chronic Pancreatitis

    Total pancreatectomy with intrahepatic autoislet transplantation (TP/IAT) is a definitive treatment for relentlessly painful chronic pancreatitis.[] Current evidence shows that antioxidants can reduce pain slightly in patients with chronic pancreatitis.[] Abstract Abdominal pain is the foremost complication of chronic pancreatitis (CP).[]

  • Pancreatic Pseudocyst

    BANGALORE: A 15-year-old boy with history of severe abdominal pain for two months was wrongly diagnosed with acute pancreatitis and was managed conservatively at a city-based[] A 50 year old male with a history of chronic alcoholic pancreatitis, presented with abdominal pain for 3 months, worsening over the past several days.[] She presented abdominal pain, early satiety, and nausea during the previous 2 months.[]

  • Hereditary Pancreatitis

    Main symptoms are pancreatic pain and acute pancreatitis ( 70%). CP morphological changes as pancreatic calcifications are diagnosed at a median age of 22-25 years.[] HP was responsible for pancreatic pain (83%), acute pancreatitis (69%), pseudocysts (23%), cholestasis (3%), pancreatic calcifications (61%), exocrine pancreatic insufficiency[] Therefore, hereditary pancreatitis is often underdiagnosed and children might unfortunately be labeled as malingerers or having drug-seeking behavior for pain medication.[]

  • Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma

    Higher pain scores in pancreatic head cancers correlated with absence of perineural invasion and early cancer stage.[] Abdominal pain and back pain were the presenting symptoms in 75% and 33.3% of patients respectively. Pancreatic adecnocarcinoma is a rare cancer in pregnancy.[] Pain, as primary symptom, was reported at higher rates in patients with VEOPC (60% vs 22.94%, p 0.006).[]

  • Malignant Neoplasm of Pancreas

    Signs and symptoms of pancreatic cysts include**: pain abdomen (up under ribs) . back (just below the shoulder blades) pancreatitis (i.e.[] Less common signs include: severe back pain onset of diabetes (10-20% of people with pancreatic cancer develop diabetes).[] ,inflammation of pancreas which is commonly associated with abdominal/back pain, loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting) pancreatic digestive enzyme deficiency (exocrine insufficiency[]

  • Pancreatic Ductal Stone

    PWE-035 Early experience of pancreatoscopy-directed electrohydraulic lithotripsy for pancreatic ductal stones in painful chronic pancreatitis N Bekkali , S Murray , G Johnson[] Sauerbruch, T, Holl, J, Sackmann, M, Paumgartner, G 1992 Extracorporeal lithotripsy of pancreatic stones in patients with chronic pancreatitis and pain: a prospective follow[] Abstract A 53-year-old woman with chronic alcoholic pancreatitis had abdominal pain due to a pancreatic stone in the main pancreatic duct of the pancreatic head.[]

  • Postoperative Pancreatitis

    In patients with pancreatitis, abdominal pain was the only presenting symptom in 62%, and GI bleeding was present in 29%.[] Chronic pancreatitis is primarily marked by severe pain and loss of pancreatic function.[] […] to long-term freedom from pain and the low risk of surgery-induced deterioration of pancreatic function.[]

  • Pancreatic Duct Obstruction

    Abstract Forty-seven patients with calcific pancreatitis were submitted to ERCP, 24 of whom were designated 'painless' and 23 'painful', according to whether or not pain had[] […] hemorrhage Pancreatic infantilism Pancreatic insufficiency Pancreatic mass Pancreatic necrosis Pancreatic pain Pancreatic trypsinogen deficiency Pancreatitis (inflammation[] Pain usually develops suddenly in gallstone pancreatitis versus over a few weeks in alcoholic pancreatitis.[]

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