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Dilated pancreatic duct causes

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doctor1 MD

Is a pancreatic duct dialated to 6MM a concern ...

doctor1 MD

in the absense of cancer, what other conditions can cause dilated pancreatic duct (2mm)? pancreatitis? other digestive disorders? XXXX ...

doctor1 MD

Diagnosed with dual duct dilation of pancreas .No symptoms.Have gained weight rather than lost weight.Suffer from Pernicious anaemia,high cholestrol ,Thyroid not functionioning,had low haemaglobin ...

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Pancreatic Cancer? How good is MRCP and Endoscopic ultrasound? 4- Can small tumours (< 2cm) cause many symptoms? 5- Should I get a PET for confirmation? 6- What does hyperechoic pancreatic duct wall ...

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I was diagnosed by my neurologist that the pancreatic duct was prominent measuring 3mm in diameter and recommended that it be corrected clinically. I couldn't at that time #1 my sister who is a Dr said its nothing ...

Public Forum Discussions

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now, but had ultrasound which showed slight dilation of pancreatic duct (which was noted 18 months ago ...

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in bile and pancreatic duct and i will have MRI and MRC done. I have a physically demanding job which I am able to do even though I am 57 years old. My question is in regards to the bile duct and pancreatic ...

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I have a friend who has had sludge removed from a pancreatic duct the past two years via endoscophy. Is it something she is eating that causes the sludge. She also has no gall bladder. She has had a stent placed ...

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On a ct scan to evaluate blood in the urine a pancreatic duct stone, about 10mms in size was seen in the mid body of the pancreas. The distal pancreatic duct is dilated and the distal area of the pancreas ...

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I have a history of pancreatitis since 2007, had to have a stint put in my pancreatic duct in 2009. I thought have been having cramping spells in that same area..thought is was cause from drinking Mt ...

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) IT STATED. MILD PANCREATITIC DUCT DILATION WITHIN THE PANCREASE HEAD AND SOME FOCAL ADENOMYOMATOSIS. THE GI ...

doctor1 MD

.2 mm in size and the pancreatic duct dilated and diameter is 13.2 mm in size but my uncle have no pain ... of pancreatic duct that is 4 mm so sir can it is possible that after the formation of stone the duct is dilated ...

doctor1 MD

but was told HIDA scan was normal. Had EGD, noraml, all blood work normal. On MRCP saw a dilated pancreatic duct at head of pancreas? Could I still have a gallbladder problem? ...

doctor1 MD

My mother had a ct. Scan it showed pancreatic duct dilation of 9mm we have a family history of her father and her uncle who both passed due to pancreatic cancer she had gastric bypass 6 years ago ...

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I have been diagnosed with Lynch Syndrome - I don t know if that matters or not. I was given an abdominal sonogram afte complaining of pain. The results show a dilated pancreatic duct and the dr ordered ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Tiny pancreatic cysts are inconsequential and do not need any active management, the exact cause is not known, but in most cases it is due blockage of a small pancreatic duct.

doctor1 MD

Whatever suits. The effect of the painkillers on each individual and different diseases is different. Acute pancreatitis is a very painful condition and some pain-killers are contraindicated as they may close / constrict the opening of the sphincter of Oddi causing the outflow of the pancreatic duct more difficult causing more problem with pancreas ; hence you have to follow whatever your Gastroe

doctor1 MD

Hello, the most common cause is the presence of dilated hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids can be internal (invisible without endoscopy) or external (easily visible). Other potential causes include tumors, colitis (could be ischemic, infectious, autoimmune etc), telangiectasias (abnormal blood vessels), anal fissures etc The presence of pain is important because it may exclude some diagnoses. Kind Regards!