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biliary acute pancreatitis

Biliary acute pancreatitis refers to acute biliary pancreatitis caused by pancreatic duct obstruction, pancreatic mucosal barrier damage, pancreatic juice overflow and pancreatic tissue self digestion caused by biliary stones and inflammation. It has a high incidence rate in clinic, only after acute appendicitis, acute intestinal obstruction, acute biliary infection and gastroduodenal ulcer.

Symptoms

Damp heat of large intestine

Cystic duct syndrome

Cokic Polyp

Gallbladder colon hepatic flexure adhesion syndrome

Greater omental torsion

Post cholecystectomy syndrome

Biliary cirrhosis

Greater omental tumor

Gallbladder Heat

Cholestatic gangrene

Gallstone

Protein loss gastroenteropathy

biliary tract dyskinesis syndrome

Isosporidiosis

Protein loss gastrointestinal syndrome

Dierrafuwa disease

Rodent poisoning

Gastrointestinal manifestations of amyloidosis

Hepatitis D

Poisonous mushroom poisoning

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