Investigators assessed risk factors associated with cumulative radiation exposure among patients with necrotizing pancreatitis who had undergone imaging studies and fluoroscopic and endoscopic procedures.
Researchers investigated whether low phosphate levels contribute to the development of alcohol-induced pancreatitis.
Investigators studied a test of the brief immersion to water of the hands for its value as an initial screening tool for the diagnosis of cystic fibrosis.
Researchers aimed to identify differences in outcomes among patients with chronic pancreatitis who receive or do not receive opioids.
Investigators performed a meta-analysis to determine which clinical strategy is most effective for the prevention of PEP in patients with ERCP.
Investigators analyzed the clinical outcomes of PRRT for patients with NETs within the first 2 years of treatment implementation.
For patients with stage II pancreatic cancer, attempted surgery with margin-positive resection may offer survival benefit over chemotherapy alone.
Investigators examined the benefit of aggressive hydration in patients receiving prophylactic rectal NSAIDs.
Researchers compared the safety and efficacy of MPS vs FCSEMS in terms of 24 month biliary stricture resolution in patients with chronic pancreatitis.
Investigators examined the effectiveness of the PARP inhibitor olaparib in patients with pancreatic cancer with BRCAness.
Researchers investigated clinical outcomes in patients with acute pancreatitis and concomitant SARS- CoV-2 infections.
Investigators reviewed recent advances GEPNEN research and discussed the challenges and advances still needed to provide patients personalized medicine.
Investigators sought to examine the correlation between the expression of tumorous EHF and the proportion of pancreatic cancer stem cells.
Researchers investigated the safety of combined vs separate division of the splenic vein during distal pancreatectomy.
Researchers analyzed the predictors, trends, and outcomes of opioid use disorder in patients with chronic pancreatitis.
Perioperative chemotherapy for resectable pancreatic cancer is safe and effective, but it did not improve overall survival compared with historical data from trials of adjuvant therapy,.
Do socioeconomic status and ability to pay play a role in the surgical management of acute gallstone pancreatitis? Although further studies are needed, these researchers believe these disparities can affect care.
A team of investigators sought to investigate the usefulness of contrast-enhanced harmonic ultrasound-guided fine needle aspiration/biopsy when performed with no on-site cytopathology.
COVID PAN is an international collaborative project established to assess the disease course and clinical outcomes in patients with acute pancreatitis during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vitamin D is a biomarker of interest in the pancreatic cancer setting.