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Nowości z zakresu chorób trzustki przedstawione na Konferencji Naukowej Amerykańskiego Towarzystwa Gastroenterologicznego „Digestive Disease Week 2016” w San Diego

Barbara Włodarczyk, Ewa Małecka-Panas

Data publikacji online: 2016/09/26
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Choroby trzustki dotyczą coraz szerszej grupy pacjentów lekarza POZ. Wstępna diagnostyka oraz wczesne wykrycie ostrego zapalenia trzustki (OZT), przewlekłego zapalenia trzustki (PZT) i raka trzustki (RT) umożliwia zastosowanie optymalnego leczenia. W związku z dynamicznym przebiegiem OZT chory z tym rozpoznaniem wymaga hospitalizacji. Prowadzenie pacjentów z PZT polega na leczeniu przeciwbólowym i wyrównaniu zaburzeń gospodarki wewnątrz- oraz zewnątrzwydzielniczej. Wykrycie oraz leczenie raka trzustki na wczesnym etapie jego rozwoju polepsza rokowanie chorych.

Powyższe tematy były poruszane na „Digestive Disease Week” (DDW), która jest prestiżową, ogólnoświatową konferencją Amerykańskiego Towarzystwa Gastroenterologicznego, organizowaną cyklicznie od wielu lat. W tym roku miejscem obrad, które odbywały się w dniach 21–24 maja 2016 r., było Centrum Konferencyjne w San Diego.

Diseases of the pancreas concern growing group of patients of GP. Initial diagnosis and early detection of acute pancreatitis (AP), chronic pancreatitis (CP) and pancreatic cancer (PC) enables the use of optimal treatment. Acute pancreatitis, due to its dynamic course, requires hospitalization. Keeping patients with CP is in the analgesic treatment and leveling disturbances of endo- and exocrine. The detection and treatment of PC at an early stage of its development improves the prognosis of these patients.

These topics were discussed at the “Digestive Disease Week” (DDW), which is a prestigious, worldwide conference of the American Society of Gastroenterology, held regularly for many years. This year the venue of the meeting, which took place on 21-24 May 2016, was the Conference Center in San Diego.
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trzustka, ostre zapalenie trzustki, przewlekłe zapalenie trzustki, rak trzustki

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