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Clinical Profile And Outcome Of Severe Acute Pancreatitis.

Tytuł :
Clinical Profile And Outcome Of Severe Acute Pancreatitis.
Autorzy :
Singla, Sanjeev Kumar
Jain, Narender Pal
Gupta, Shweta
Virk, Satpal Singh
Attri, Pawan Inder
Sethi, Pulkit
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Temat :
PANCREATITIS
ADIPOSE tissue diseases
MULTIPLE organ failure
Źródło :
National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine; 2013, Vol. 4 Issue 6, p71-74, 4p
Czasopismo naukowe
Background and Objectives: Around 20% of the patients of acute pancreatitis develop acute severe pancreatitis in the form of extensive pancreatic or peripancreatic fat tissue necrosis with associated peripancreatic collections. These patients run a protracted clinical course, multiorgan failure, high morbidity and mortality. Methods: Clinically and radiologically diagnosed 30 patients of acute severe necrotizing pancreatitis were prospectively evaluated for the clinical outcome with respect to extent of pancreatic necrosis and severity in terms of CTSI. Results: 18 patients had pancreatic necrosis between 30-50% (Group A) whereas 12 patients had necrosis more than 50% (Group B). The rate of organ dysfunction and mortality (11.11% versus 50.50%) the rate of was significantly higher in the group B. Multiorgan failure (MOF) was present in 5.56% of group A and 58.33% of group B patients. 66.67% patients were managed conservatively of whom 80% survived and 33.33% patients underwent surgical intervention of whom 60% survived. Conclusion: CECT is the modality of choice to help stage the severity of pancreatic necrosis, depict severity of inflammatory processes and local complications. Patients with pancreatic necrosis with transient end organ dysfunction can be treated conservatively with favorable outcome. The need for intervention should be individualized and based on the clinical condition of patient. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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