A Maschietto

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A review of 73 cases of acute pancreatitis (A.P.) of *A in frequent etiology is critically analyzed. The patients were allocated to the following categories: post ingestion of a large meal, dyslipemic, post ERCP, post operative, pregnancy, and puerperium linked., post urlian parotiditis, post stress, idiopathic, drug associated, post traumatic. In each of(More)
BACKGROUND The role of the Autonomous Nervous System in the immunologic and inflammatory response is still an issue of discussion. Furthermore, the physiopathologic mechanisms involved are still unknown. Acute pancreatitis (AP) does not escape this disconcert. In fact, like in every severe acute inflammatory process, its discontrol could be responsible of(More)
BACKGROUND A retrospective analysis of the etiologic factors and physiopathogenic mechanisms underlying an acute biliary pancreatitis episode put in evidence the complexity of the attempt to acquire a clear understanding of the entity. In this presentation the authors try to re-examine the main factors involved in the triggering of the disease. Besides the(More)
BACKGROUND Acute pancreatitis (AP) is a common cause of admission to the emergency room. Its etiopathogeny is poorly understood. The pancreatic inflammatory response in this process is unclear. The influence of the autonomic nervous system is a controversial issue. AIMS To demonstrate the effects of truncular vagotomy on AP due to duodenal distention in(More)
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