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7% of cases being classified as diabetes of the exocrine pancreas.
The exocrine pancreas was found in the liver parenchyma of pirarucu and was also histologically visualized scattered in the mesenteries around the pyloric region of the stomach, pyloric caeca and initial part of S1, thereby corroborating the diffuse pancreas presentation reported in most teleost fish (Rust; Morrison et al.
Metabolism of ethanol by the exocrine pancreas occurs by both oxidative and nonoxidative routes (Gukovskaya et al.
World Health Organization: institutional histological classification or tumours histological typing of tumours of the exocrine pancreas 2nd ed.
Among specific topics are a molecular genetics perspective of the cystic fibrosis gene, dynamics intrinsic to cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulation function and stability, lessons from the airways concerning mechanisms of bicarbonate secretion, the cystic fibrosis of exocrine pancreas, and antibiotic and anti-inflammatory therapies.
It appears that postingestive effects of saccharin are not limited solely to exocrine pancreas, but are also present in liver, since saccharin was previously confirmed to be an etiological factor of hepatotoxicity with increased activity of liver enzymes [4].
Islet tissue could be recognized because of staining reaction and specific cellular arrangement but there was nothing to separate islet from exocrine pancreas.
The pancreatic disease group included 42 patients with carcinoma of the exocrine pancreas, 4 patients with adenocarcinomas of the ampulla of Vater, and 6 patients with chronic pancreatitis.
Finally, other specific types of diabetes may occur as a result of genetic defects in beta cell function and insulin action, diseases of the exocrine pancreas, or diseases induced by certain drugs/medications (ADA, 2009b).
Fundamental cellular heterogeneity of the exocrine pancreas.
Subsequent chapters cover nonneoplastic lesions, solid neoplasms of the exocrine pancreas, cystic neoplasms, solid neoplasms of the endocrine pancreas, primary mesenchymal and other rare neoplasms, and metastatic and secondary neoplasms.
The apparent protection against the unwanted actions of sitagliptin in the exocrine pancreas are intriguing and may offer a potential way of using the GLP-1 class of drugs safely," Butler said.
Exocrine function--The major activity of the exocrine pancreas is the production and secretion of a liquid that normally passes out of the pancreas and into the small intestine, where it is activated to enable the digestion of fats, proteins and carbohydrates.