Clinical Profile and Outcome of Acute Pancreatitis in Rural Population in South India
Introduction: Acute pancreatitis is one of the most common cause of acute abdominal pain with a wide range of presentation from mild to multi-organ failure; hence we intended to study the clinical profile of acute pancreatitis in our study.
Methods: All subjects admitted with acute pancreatitis above the age of 18 years; both male and female willing to participate were included in the study. 60 subjects were studied where males dominate the study.
Results: Alcohol intake and gall stone being the etiological cause for the illness.
Conclusion: The recovery rate was 95% with no mortality was observed in our study.
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