Pancreatic and Biliary Diseases

The pancreas is a powerful organ located just behind the stomach. It encases two cells that play critical roles in how you process food and govern your digestive system. One type of cell produces molecules that break down proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates, allowing you to acquire nourishment from your food. The other produces hormones, or affront, which regulate how your body stores and uses sugar. Your liver, pancreas, gallbladder, and/or bile channels are generally controlled by pancreatic and biliary conditions. These situations are typically linked to long-term damage to the organ or its surrounding tissue. Typically, these matters are decided at the local level. These organs can affect undecorated signals when they are inconvenient, but they can also silently effect disagreements.

• Swelling in the abdomen

• Dark urine

• Diarrhea, especially with fat beads in the stools.

• Flatulence, hiccups, and belching.

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