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Chronic pancreatitis has a wide spectrum of symptoms and severity, making it difficult to diagnose. While the advent of numerous radiographic, endoscopic and functional testing has certainly advanced our ability to reliably diagnose chronic pancreatitis, it can, at times, complicate diagnosis in an age of unclear interpretation of results. Given that this condition is not […]

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Acute pancreatitis is the leading cause of hospitalization related to digestive illness. While there remains a lack of effective pharmacologic therapy for this disease, there has nevertheless been tremendous progress in management. Many of these developments are centered on the concept of minimally invasive approaches to care. There are several key concepts in the contemporary […]