A child with upper abdominal pain and pancreatitis

Talukdar, R.; Chaudhuri, D.; Vora, P.; Khanna, S.; Saikia, N.; Mazumder, S.; Kumar, A.
January 2008
Gut;Jan2008, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p103
Academic Journal
The article presents the case of a child with upper abdominal pain and pancreatitis. It states that the pain was related with vomiting and nausea and that there was also radiation of pain to the back. Upon examination, it was identified that he is afebrile, and that his vitals were stable and he had tenderness over the left hypochondrium and epigastrium.


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