Peculiarities of Chronic Pancreatitis with External Necessary Failure

Abdurahimova Lola Anvarovna, Khamraev Abror Asrorovich


In clinical terms, chronic pancreatitis is a dynamic, poorly identifiable disease, the evolution of which is determined by: the cause caused, the activity of the process, the state of the surrounding organs, functionally affecting the workings of the RV. The main symptom, indicating the development of functional insufficiency of the pancreas, is the emergence of clinical manifestations of digestive disorders. The appearance of the symptom complex on the part of the gastrointestinal tract is the basis for the objectification of exocrine pancreatic insufficiency and the determination of the degree of its manifestation. The article describes the characteristics and the most common diseases.

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