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Had pacreactomy, head of pancreas remain, damage to spleen. Small part of intestines removed. Consequences?

My brother had a pacreactomy 5 years ago. All that remains is the head of the pancreas . There was also damage to the vascular structure of the spleen and he had 6 inches of his large intestines removed. I recently learned that he has been drinking alcohol again. What are the consequences, in simple terms, of him drinking? What is his potential mortality?
Asked On : Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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Continuing alcohol further is definitely going to be fatal

You must stop his drinking

Consulting a psychiatrist or getting admitted to deaddiction centre

Earlier you consult / take steps for this better would be the outcome

If he continues alcohol mortality is high
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