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AM Wheatley HG Beger 1995 Randomized trial of duodenum-preserving pancreatic head resection versus pylorus-preserving Whipple in chronic pancreatitis

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Authors: László Herszényi, Richárd Szmola, and Zsolt Tulassay

Cotton, P. B.: Congenital anomaly of pancreas divisum as a cause of obstructive pain and pancreatitis. Gut, 1980, 21 , 105–114. Cotton P. B

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Caustic ingestion continues to be a worldwide problem in young children and adults with suicidal intent. In developing countries its incidence is still high. In the majority of the patients, it involves the esophagus and stomach. We report a young patient who presented with acute corrosive ingestion and developed pancreatitis after 10 days of ingestion. She responded to conservative treatment. At 3 weeks she developed duodenal stricture and underwent feeding jejunostomy.

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Kim, T., Murakami, T., Takamura, M., et al.: Pancreatic mass due to chronic pancreatitis: correlation of CT and MR imaging features with pathologic findings. AJR Am. J. Roentgenol., 2001, 177 , 367

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1554 1557 Aultman, D. F., Bilton, B. D., Zibari, G. B. és mtsai: Nonoperative therapy for acute necrotizing pancreatitis. Am. Surg., 1997, 63 , 1114

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This case report describes the way psychological support based on positive suggestions (PSBPS) was added to the traditional somatic treatment of an acute pancreatitis 36-year-old male patient. Psychological support based on positive suggestions (PSBPS) is a new adjunct therapeutic tool focused on applying suggestive techniques in medical settings. The suggestive techniques usually applied with critically ill patients are based on a number of pre-prepared scripts like future orientation, reframing, positivity, supporting autonomy, etc., and other, very unique and personalized interventions, which are exemplified with verbatim quotations. We describe the way several problems during treatment of intensive care unit (ICU) patients were solved using suggestive methods: uncooperativeness, difficulties of weaning, building up enteral nutrition, supporting recovery motivation, and so on, which permanently facilitated the patient's medical state: the elimination of gastrointestinal bleeding, recovery of the skin on the abdomen, etc. Medical effects follow-up data at 10 months show that the patient recovered and soon returned to his original work following discharge.

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exocrine secretion in acute experimental pancreatitis. Gastroenterology 99, 1120-1127 (1990) Pancretic exocrine secretion in acute experimental pancreatitis Gastroenterology

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. 2017; 10: 403–412. 10.2147/DMSO.S141235 . eCollection 2017. 44 Chis BA, Fodor D. Acute pancreatitis during GLP-1 receptor agonist treatment. A case report. Clujul Med. 2018; 91

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Uhl, W., Warshaw, A., Imrie, C. és mtsai: IAP guidelines for the surgical management of acute pancreatitis. Pancreatology, 2002, 2 , 565–573. Imrie C

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Mofidi, R., Madhavan, K. K., Garden, O. J., et al.: An audit of the management of patients with acute pancreatitis against national standards of practice. Br. J. Surg., 2007, 94 , 844

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