Future Aspects of Enzyme Replacement Therapy

  • E. P. DiMagno


At present, there are two indications for the use of pancreatic enzymes to treat patients with chronic pancreatitis: the treatment of malabsorption and the treatment of pain. Each treatment indication may require different enzyme formulations.


Bile Acid Chronic Pancreatitis Enzyme Replacement Therapy Pancreatic Enzyme Lipolytic Activity 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • E. P. DiMagno
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  1. 1.Mayo Medical ClinicRochesterUSA

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