|ECR 2019 / C-1542|
|Acute pancreatitis in pediatric age|
The acute pancreatitis is an important challenge for the different medical specialties that are involved in its management, since the current practice is based completely on the historical approach and the extrapolation of adult studies.
Pancreatic alterations in children are relatively frequent. Previous knowledge of the embryological development and the normal anatomy of the pancreas and the morphologic characteristics of the pediatric age are essential to diagnose acute pancreatitis.
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