Whereas Polkowski et al (9) noted pancreatic acinar cells
in 14% of cases, Sarbia et al (10) found pancreatic acinar cells
in 61% of specimens.
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The cytoplasm of acinar cells
was filled with mitochondria, rough endoplasmic reticulum and Golgi complex at 49.5 cm CVRL (185th day).
In the normal state these enzymes are synthesized in pancreatic acinar cells
as inactive pro-enzymes (such as trypsinogen) and are maintained in this state until activated by enterokinase upon entry into the gut lumen.
1990, 1992) demonstrated that an alcohol diet or treatment of isolated lysosomes with FAEEs or cholesteryl esters caused lysosomal fragility and leakage of lysosomal enzymes into the acinar cell
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The effects of picroside II on cerulein-induced SAP rats were assessed based on the improvement of edema, acinar cell
necrosis, hemorrhages, and inflammation by preservation of the pancreatic architecture in comparison with the rats from the SAP group without picroside II treatment.
Chaudhary, "Acinar cell
carcinoma of the pancreas: a literature review and update," Indian Journal of Surgery, vol.
MAP has a short course, and the pancreatic structure and function couldbefully restored, while, inS AP, oncethe acinar cells
necrosis happened, the rupture of acinar cell
membrane could release a series of inflammatory factors, including TNF-[alpha] and IL-6, resulting in systemic inflammatory response syndrome; at the same time, the pancreatic structure and function would be damaged seriously.
Increases intraductal pressure, causing enzyme-rich interstitial fluid to accumulate, which causes fat necrosis and attracts immune cells that release cytokines, attacking acini and cause interstitial edema, which impairs blood flow and causes ischemia and acinar cell
(11) However, s-MRCP may be insensitive for detecting mild exocrine deficiency or small changes in exocrine function, as secretin affects only ductal cell secretion and does not stimulate acinar cell
Franz tumor, solid and papillary epithelial neoplasm (SPEN), solid and papillary tumor, solid and cystic tumor, papillary-cystic tumor, papillary cystic epithelial neoplasm, and solid and cystic acinar cell
neoplasm are synonymous with SPT.
carcinoma of the pancreas (ACC) is a rare malignant epithelial tumor representing 1-2% of all exocrine pancreatic neoplasms .
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