Acute Pancreatitis Presenting with Visual Disturbance

Semlacher, E. A.; Chan-Yan, C.
May 1993
American Journal of Gastroenterology;May1993, Vol. 88 Issue 5, p756
Academic Journal
Retinopathy is a rarely recognized complication of acute pancreatitis. We review the literature on this condition and report a case in which the manifestations of retinopathy dominated the clinical picture, initially diverting attention away from the presence of pancreatic disease.


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