A 50-year-old tee-total man presented with a short history of central abdominal pain. The abdomen was mildly tender but not peritonitic. The serum amylase was elevated. US showed no gallstones in the gallbladder and CT demonstrated pancreatic swelling, but no fluid collections or necrosis. A diagnosis of mild acute pancreatitis was made.
KeywordsPancreatic Duct Main Pancreatic Duct Serum Amylase Endoscopic Sphincterotomy Pancreas Divisum
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