Gastrinoma

What is Gastrinoma?

A gastrinoma is a gastrin-secreting tumor that can occur in the pancreas, although it is most commonly found in the duodenum.

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Hello I have a high EOS count and a deep ulcer that went away a year ago, but them came back this year really big. I dont feel good all over, but...

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The chances of gastric lymphoma without H.Pylori infection are really low. Moreover, there biopsies which were...

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48-yr old caucasian male; 14 cm spleen (was 12 cm 9 months ago); difficulty swallowing; scheduled for endoscopy and colonoscopy next Friday; 71"...

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GERD symptoms and diarrhea can be caused by gastrine secreting tumor called gastrinoma. Symptoms caused by this...

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I have a history of zollinger ellison syndrome and had a gastrinoma removed from my liver in 2002. Possible MEN1 but never genetically tested due...

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think to be food allergies
as you arehaving pain in jaw with salivary gland swollen there can beblockageof salivary glands or stone in protid gland...

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