ALREADY EXISTING PSEUDOCYSTS IN ACUTE PANCREATITIS CAN BE AN EARLY MARKER OF CHRONIC PANCREATITIS - ANALYSIS OF 1270 CASES FROM A PROSPECTIVE COHORT

Nóra Vörhendi  1     Benedek Tinusz  2     Aron Vincze  2     Tamás Takács  3     Laszlo Czako  3     Ferenc Izbéki  4     László Gajdán  5     Jozsef Peter Hamvas     Mária Papp     Márta Varga     Artautas Mickevicius     Imola Torok     Klementina Ocskay     Márk Félix Juhász     Szilárd Váncsa     András Vereczkei     Alexandra Miko     Péter Jenő Hegyi     Andrea Szentesi     Andrea Parniczky    
1 Institute for Translational Medicine, Medical School, University of Pécs,Pécs,Hungary
2 University of Pécs,Pécs,Hungary
3 University of Szeged,Szeged,Hungary
4 Saint George University Hospital,Szekesfehervar,Hungary
5 Szent-Györgyi Teaching Hospital,Szekesfehervar,Hung

Citation
United European Gastroenterology Journal 2020; 8 (Supplement 1)


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