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The following Conditions are related to Pancreatitis

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  • Bilious attacks

    A bilious attack, also known as a gallbladder attack, is one of the most severe gastrointestinal problems.These attacks occur when bile and minerals in the body form small stone-like structures or gallstones.Consequently, these stones pass through the bile ducts by the gallbladder, which causes mild to severe pain in the process.The person suffering from this attack may feel a sharp pain in the up  Read More

  • Buerger-gruetz syndrome

    A person with Buerger-Greutz syndrome has a faulty lipoprotein lipase gene, which results in extremely high triglycerides. This in turn induces stomach pain and fat deposits beneath the skin, which can create issues with the pancreas and liver, and result in diabetes. Only when a child inherits the flawed gene from both parents does the condition manifest (it is autosomal recessive). Limiting daily fat intake to under 20 g can  Read More