Three different heredity scenarios can be considered: previously established genetic syndromes, hereditary chronic pancreatitis and familial exocrine
pancreatic cancer (two or more pancreatic cancer cases in first-degree relatives) .
pancreatic insufficiency (EPI) can result from various pancreatic pathologies either acquired such as chronic pancreatitis, or genetically determined such as cystic fibrosis.
Human pancreatic exocrine
response to nutrients in health and disease.
Then, the present study was to describe the morphological characteristics of the liver and the intrahepatic exocrine
pancreas in Astyanax altiparanae.
The results were categorized according to an established cutoff for exocrine
pancreatic insufficiency of <200 [micro]g elastase 1/g stool (13).
It is characterized by chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, exocrine
pancreatic insufficiency, and abnormally high sweat electrolytes.
Inorganic mercury has been shown to accumulate in exocrine
glands, and saliva is also one excretion pathway for inorganic mercury (Joselow 1968).
This might be expected, given that both enzymes originate from acinar cells of the exocrine
pancreas and have roughly the same molecular weight (54-62 kDa and 46-56 kDa, respectively).
SUMMARY: Liver samples of Oreochromis niloticus cultivated in floating net cages were fixed lor histological and ultrastructural studies with the objective of describing the hepatic parenchymal structure and the intrahepatic exocrine
(pronounced EX-o-krin) cells are part of the exocrine
system and produce the digestive juices.
The companies are to collaborate in the development of new products for enzyme replacement therapy for patients suffering from pancreatic exocrine
Sjogren's syndrome is a chronic autoimmune disorder that manifests as a lymphocytic infiltration of the exocrine
glands, particularly the salivary and lacrimal glands.
EPI or Exocrine
Pancreatic Insufficiency is a condition especially found in German shepherds.
However, all cases in this series showed exocrine