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World Health Organization: institutional histological classification or tumours histological typing of tumours of the exocrine pancreas 2nd ed.
A dominant allele was present in 16 of the carcinomas of the exocrine pancreas (Fig.
Oncogenic KRAS induces progenitor cell expansion and malignant transformation in zebrafish exocrine pancreas.
Newborns with cystic fibrosis have increased levels of circulating IRT, an enzyme produced in the exocrine pancreas.
He pointed out that 90% of the reports to the FDA involved patients who had other risk factors for pancreatitis, and he said he knows of no plausible physiologic mechanism by which exenatide could cause inflammation of the exocrine pancreas.
3-8) Causes of diabetes mellitus in parrots include degenerative diseases that specifically affect the islets, neoplasia, and generalized diseases of the pancreas that result in damage to both the islets and the exocrine pancreas.
Only 24 percent of patients with cancer of the exocrine pancreas will live one year past their diagnosis, and only 5 percent will live five years after diagnosis.
Administration of each of the four compounds was associated with increased incidences of several nonneoplastic changes in the exocrine pancreas, including cytoplasmic vacuolation, chronic active inflammation, atrophy, and arteritis.
Pancreatitis is an inflammatory condition of the exocrine pancreas resulting from injury to pancreatic acinar cells.
These studies will be important for understanding neural regulation of the exocrine pancreas and will examine the differences between avian and mammalian carb ohydrate metabolism.
Five-year survival is a few percentage points for all stages of adenocarcinoma of the exocrine pancreas.
Disorders of the liver, biliary system and exocrine pancreas in pregnancy (Sailesh Kumar, Mrinalini Balki and Catherine Williamson (with Eliana Castillo and Deborah M.