Hereditary pancreatitis

Multiple episodes of pancreatic inflammation (pancreatitis), a serious condition affecting the digestive system, are brought on by hereditary pancreatitis. Typically, symptoms start in early childhood and can linger for a few days or more. Stomach pain, nauseousness, and vomiting are possible symptoms. Chronic pancreatitis, or a pancreas that is constantly inflamed, develops in people with hereditary pancreatitis. Symptoms of this include greasy stools, weight loss, and inadequate nutrient absorption from diet. The risk of type 1 diabetes and pancreatic cancer is higher in adults with hereditary pancreatitis. The PRSS1 gene, which is inherited in an autosomal dominant manner and is often defective, is the cause of hereditary pancreatitis. A clinical history, physical examination, and the outcomes of genetic testing are used to make the diagnosis.


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