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International Journal of Pancreatology

, Volume 25, Issue 3, pp 229–250 | Cite as

Abstracts from the twenty-third meeting of the pancreatic society of Great Britain and Ireland at the Village Hotel, Leeds, UK

  • C. D. Johnson
  • Ammori BJ 
  • D Davides
  • A Vezakis
  • Larvin M 
  • McMahon KJ 
  • JJ Powell
  • G Hill
  • S Storey
  • J Murchison
  • K Fearon
  • J Ross
  • AK Siriwardena
  • Pearce NW 
  • Johnson C. D. 
  • A. M. Smithies
  • K. Sargen
  • A. G. Demaine
  • A. N. Kingsnorth
  • Ammori BJ 
  • Becker KL 
  • Kite P 
  • Barclay GR 
  • Snider RH 
  • Nylen ES 
  • White JC 
  • Martin IG 
  • Larvin M 
  • McMahon MJ 
  • MGT Raraty
  • JB Ward
  • C Vaillant
  • JP Neoptolemos
  • R Sutton
  • OH Petersen
  • J. E. Creighton
  • R. Lyall
  • D. I. Wilson
  • A. Curtis
  • R. M. Charnley
  • N Howes
  • S Rutherford
  • F McRonald
  • I. Ellis
  • D Whitcomb
  • R Mountford
  • JP Neoptolemos
  • Ammori BJ 
  • A Vezakis
  • D Davides
  • Larvin M. 
  • M Manu
  • SR Bramhall
  • U Gur
  • BK Gunson
  • KJ Le Cornu
  • AD Mayer
  • DF Mirza
  • P McMaster
  • JAC Buckets
  • LJ King
  • JRG Bell
  • J. C. Healy
  • Z Amin
  • D Predolac
  • A Wotherspoon
  • J Thompson
  • SA Norton
  • D Alderson
  • Kawesha A 
  • Ghaneh P 
  • Evans JD 
  • Campbell
  • Dawiskiba S 
  • Lemoine NR 
  • Andrén-Sandberg A 
  • Neoptolemos JP 
  • P Ghaneh
  • M Humphreys
  • W. Greenhalf
  • NR Lemoine
  • JP Neoptolemos
  • EA Stoner
  • AJK Piotrowicz
  • DF Evans
  • CC Ainley
  • SA White
  • C Pollard
  • AC Burden
  • HA Clayton
  • JE Davies
  • SM Swift
  • CN Hales
  • AR Dennison
  • NJM London
  • Sutton CD 
  • White S 
  • Berry DP 
  • Chillistone D 
  • Rees Y 
  • Dennison AR 
  • R. W. Ammann
  • Ph. U. Heitz
  • G. Klöppel
  • Daniel Bimmler
  • Rolf Graf
  • Thomas W. Frick
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Keywords

Pancreatitis Acute Pancreatitis Chronic Pancreatitis Severe Acute Pancreatitis Pancreatic Pseudocysts 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • C. D. Johnson
  • Ammori BJ 
    • 1
  • D Davides
    • 1
  • A Vezakis
    • 1
  • Larvin M 
    • 1
  • McMahon KJ 
    • 1
  • JJ Powell
    • 2
  • G Hill
    • 2
  • S Storey
    • 2
  • J Murchison
    • 2
  • K Fearon
    • 2
  • J Ross
    • 2
  • AK Siriwardena
    • 2
  • Pearce NW 
    • 3
  • Johnson C. D. 
    • 3
  • A. M. Smithies
    • 4
  • K. Sargen
    • 4
  • A. G. Demaine
    • 4
  • A. N. Kingsnorth
    • 4
  • Ammori BJ 
    • 5
  • Becker KL 
    • 7
  • Kite P 
    • 6
  • Barclay GR 
    • 8
  • Snider RH 
    • 7
  • Nylen ES 
    • 7
  • White JC 
    • 7
  • Martin IG 
    • 5
  • Larvin M 
    • 5
  • McMahon MJ 
    • 5
  • MGT Raraty
    • 9
    • 10
  • JB Ward
    • 9
    • 10
  • C Vaillant
    • 11
  • JP Neoptolemos
    • 9
  • R Sutton
    • 9
  • OH Petersen
    • 10
  • J. E. Creighton
    • 12
  • R. Lyall
    • 13
  • D. I. Wilson
    • 13
  • A. Curtis
    • 13
  • R. M. Charnley
    • 12
  • N Howes
    • 14
  • S Rutherford
    • 14
  • F McRonald
    • 16
  • I. Ellis
    • 15
  • D Whitcomb
    • 15
  • R Mountford
    • 17
  • JP Neoptolemos
    • 16
  • Ammori BJ 
    • 18
  • A Vezakis
    • 18
  • D Davides
    • 18
  • Larvin M. 
    • 18
  • M Manu
    • 19
  • SR Bramhall
    • 19
  • U Gur
    • 19
  • BK Gunson
    • 19
  • KJ Le Cornu
    • 19
  • AD Mayer
    • 19
  • DF Mirza
    • 19
  • P McMaster
    • 19
  • JAC Buckets
    • 19
  • LJ King
    • 20
  • JRG Bell
    • 20
  • J. C. Healy
    • 20
  • Z Amin
    • 20
  • D Predolac
    • 21
  • A Wotherspoon
    • 22
  • J Thompson
    • 21
  • SA Norton
    • 23
  • D Alderson
    • 23
  • Kawesha A 
    • 24
  • Ghaneh P 
    • 24
  • Evans JD 
    • 24
  • Campbell
    • 25
  • Dawiskiba S 
    • 26
  • Lemoine NR 
    • 27
  • Andrén-Sandberg A 
    • 26
  • Neoptolemos JP 
    • 24
  • P Ghaneh
    • 28
  • M Humphreys
    • 28
  • W. Greenhalf
    • 28
  • NR Lemoine
    • 29
  • JP Neoptolemos
    • 28
  • EA Stoner
    • 30
  • AJK Piotrowicz
    • 30
  • DF Evans
    • 30
  • CC Ainley
    • 30
  • SA White
    • 31
  • C Pollard
    • 31
  • AC Burden
    • 31
  • HA Clayton
    • 31
  • JE Davies
    • 31
  • SM Swift
    • 31
  • CN Hales
    • 31
  • AR Dennison
    • 31
  • NJM London
    • 31
  • Sutton CD 
    • 32
  • White S 
    • 32
  • Berry DP 
    • 32
  • Chillistone D 
    • 32
  • Rees Y 
    • 32
  • Dennison AR 
    • 32
  • R. W. Ammann
    • 33
  • Ph. U. Heitz
    • 34
  • G. Klöppel
    • 35
  • Daniel Bimmler
    • 36
  • Rolf Graf
    • 36
  • Thomas W. Frick
    • 37
  1. 1.Leeds Institute for Minimally Invasive TherapyThe General InfirmaryLeedsUK
  2. 2.University Department of SurgeryRoyal Infirmary of EdinburghUK
  3. 3.University Surgical Unit SouthamptonUK
  4. 4.Departments Molecular Medicine and SurgeryPlymouth Postgraduate Medical SchoolPlymouthUK
  5. 5.Academic Surgical UnitThe Royal InfirmaryEdinburgh
  6. 6.Department of MicrobiologyThe General InfirmaryLeedsUK
  7. 7.George Washington UniversityWashingtonUSA
  8. 8.Blood Transfusion ServicesThe Royal InfirmaryEdinburgh
  9. 9.Departments of SurgeryUniversity of LiverpoolLiverpoolUK
  10. 10.Departments of PhysiologyUniversity of LiverpoolLiverpoolUK
  11. 11.Departments of Veterinary Preclinical SciencesUniversity of LiverpoolLiverpoolUK
  12. 12.Dept. of Hepato-Pancreatico-Biliary SurgeryFreeman HospitalNewcastle
  13. 13.Dept. of Human GeneticsNorthern Region Genetics ServiceUK
  14. 14.Dept. of SurgeryUniv. of LiverpoolUK
  15. 15.Dept. of Clinical GeneticsUniv. of LiverpoolUK
  16. 16.Dept of MolecularGenetics Women’s Hospital LiverpoolUK
  17. 17.Dept. of MedicineUniv. of PittsburghUSA
  18. 18.Leeds Institute for Minimally Invasive TherapyThe General InfirmaryLeedsUK
  19. 19.Liver UnitQueen Elizabeth HospitalBirmingham
  20. 20.Departments of RadiologyChelsea and Westminster HospitalUK
  21. 21.Departments of SurgeryChelsea and Westminster HospitalUK
  22. 22.Department of HistopathologyThe Royal Marsden HospitalLondon
  23. 23.Bristol Royal InfirmaryUK
  24. 24.Departments of SurgeryUniversity of LiverpoolUK
  25. 25.Departments of PathologyUniversity of LiverpoolUK
  26. 26.Departments of PathologyLund UniversitySweden
  27. 27.ICRFLondonUK
  28. 28.Department of SurgeryRoyal Liverpool HospitalLiverpoolUK
  29. 29.ICRF Molecular OncologyHammersmith HospitalLondonUK
  30. 30.The GI science research unitThe London and St. Bartholomew’s school of MedicineLondon
  31. 31.Department of General SurgeryLeicester General HospitalLeicester
  32. 32.Department of SurgeryLeicester General HospitalLeicester
  33. 33.Division of GastroenterologyDepartment of Internal MedicineUSA
  34. 34.Department of PathologyUniversity HospitalZurichSwitzerland
  35. 35.Department of PathologyUniversity of KielGermany
  36. 36.Pancreatitis Research Laboratory, Department of SurgeryUniversity HospitalZürich
  37. 37.Chirurgische KlinikSpited Pflegi-NeumünsterZollikerberg

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