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ascaris-induced acute pancreatitis

Ascaris induced acute pancreatitis (Ascaris induced acute pancreatitis) is relatively rare clinically. The cause of the disease is a series of chemical inflammation of the pancreas caused by the obstruction of bile and pancreatic juice excretion caused by Ascaris lumbricoides entering the Vater ampulla or pancreatic duct. The clinical type is commonly acute edema pancreatitis, and some patients can develop hemorrhagic necrotizing pancreatitis.

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