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The pancreas is a long, flat, glandular organ located behind the stomach at the top of the abdomen.
The pancreas plays a role in the digestive and digestive enzymes that regulate blood sugar levels. . Acute pancreatitis means that the symptoms appear immediately and are short-lived.
Whereas chronic pancreatitis is a pancreatitis that has been present for many years. Mild cases of pancreatitis may go away without treatment, but serious cases can have serious consequences. Threaten your life.
Symptoms of pancreatitis can vary depending on its type.
Symptoms of acute pancreatitis include:
Upper abdominal pain
Abdominal pain that extends to the back
3. Abdominal pain that gets worse after eating
6. Pain when touched on the abdomen.
Symptoms of chronic pancreatitis include:
Abdominal pain above
3. Fatty odor in the feces (Source: Health.com.kh). (Edited by: Bopha)