Urine trypsinogen-2 as marker of acute pancreatitis.

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We examined the clinical utility of urine trypsinogen-2 as a marker of acute pancreatitis (AP). Fifty-nine patients with AP, 42 with acute abdominal diseases of extrapancreatic origin, and 63 without evidence of acute abdominal disease were studied. Urine trypsinogen-2 was determined by a time-resolved immunofluorometric assay. As reference methods we used… (More)

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@article{Hedstrm1996UrineTA, title={Urine trypsinogen-2 as marker of acute pancreatitis.}, author={Jonas Hedstr{\"{o}m and Vesa Sainio and Esko A.J. Kemppainen and Pauli Antero Puolakkainen and Reijo K. Haapiainen and Eero O. Kivilaakso and K O Schauman and U. H. Stenman}, journal={Clinical chemistry}, year={1996}, volume={42 5}, pages={685-90} }