The inappropriate use of antibiotics as prophylaxis and treatment in acute pancreatitis is common, highlighting the efforts required for antibiotic stewardship.
A multi-analyte blood test, CancerSEEK, can detect 8 common cancer types, with high sensitivity and specificity.
The guideline will help clinicians determine the appropriate treatment of patients with metastatic pancreatic cancer.
Surgical intervention after 24.5 days of acute pancreatitis may be beneficial for reducing postoperative complications.
A diabetic patient rushed to the hospital for vomiting and abdomen pain, resulting in a diagnosis of acute severe emphysematous pancreatitis.
The mortality rate from pancreatic cancer is significantly higher in the American region than in the European and Western Pacific regions.
Most cases of chronic pancreatitis in women are from nonalcoholic etiologies, according to researchers.
A clinical practice guideline offers recommendations on the best course of treatment for patients with potentially treatable pancreatic cancer.
Median overall survival was 11.9 months in patients receiving gemcitabine plus erlotinib.
Nearly 85% of patients achieved significant pain relief at 1-year follow up.
Children with recurrent acute or chronic pancreatitis are likely to have high healthcare costs and a high risk for repeat hospitalization.
How can a clinician distinguish chronic pancreatitis from acute pancreatitis in a patient with alcohol-abuse history?
Higher prediagnostic BMI also linked to more advanced disease at diagnosis.
The FDA has approved Ultresa and Viokace to aid food digestion in patients with pancreatic enzyme deficiencies.