Acute and Chronic pancreatitis

Inflammation of the pancreas is a characteristic of pancreatitis. Although it can cause serious consequences that can be fatal, this disorder can also be benign and self-limiting. The lungs and kidneys are only two of the other body organs that the acute form of pancreatitis can harm when it is at its worst.

Acute or chronic pancreatitis is the two categories.

Acute pancreatitis normally manifests rapidly, lasts a short time (a few days to weeks), and is curable with the help of the right medical care.

Chronic pancreatitis a chronic illness that can linger for months or even years, chronic pancreatitis often arises after repeated bouts of acute pancreatitis.


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