publication . Article . 2014

Pancreatites aguda: reflexões através da história do Consenso de Atlanta

Torres López, Ana María; Hoyos Duque, Sergio Iván;
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  • Published: 01 Oct 2014 Journal: Iatreia, volume 27, issue 4, pages 449-459 (issn: 0121-0793, eissn: 2011-7965, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Universidad de Antioquia
Abstract
Acute pancreatitis is an inflammatory process with systemic and local repercussions. Most cases are mild with a low mortality rate, but 20% of patients have severe pancreatitis, with a mortality rate up to 30%. Throughout the years, the medical community has tried to reach a consensus about this disease to better understand, classify and treat it. The most important consensus is known as the Atlanta Consensus of 1992, which has been in use for many years. However, it has recently been the subject of various proposals for change and updating, which are discussed in this review. La pancreatitis aguda es un proceso inflamatorio con repercusiones sistémicas y locale...
Subjects
free text keywords: Consenso de Atlanta, Falla Multiorgánica, Pancreatitis Aguda, Necrosis, Seudoquiste, Acute Pancreatitis, Atlanta Consensus, Multiorganic failure, Pseudocyst, Falha Multiorgânica, Pancreatites Aguda, Necroses, Pseudocisto, lcsh:Medicine, lcsh:R, lcsh:Medicine (General), lcsh:R5-920
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