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Pancreas is a tongue-shaped glandular organ that lies below and behind the stomach. Its head (one end) lies in the loop of the duodenum and its tail touches the spleen in the left-hand side of the body.
It is also called a compound gland, because it has both endocrine and exocrine functions. It secretes pancreatic juice and releases it into the duodenum. This pancreatic juice contains digestive enzymes and large amount of sodium bicarbonate, which neutralizes the acid coming into the intestines from the stomach. Thus it plays an important part in the digestion of food. Pancreas also secretes the hormone insulin which controls the level of glucose in the blood, and another hormone called glucagon which releases the sugar (glucose) into the blood, if the level of sugar in the blood is decreased or fallen too low during fasting.
Acute pancreatitis :  intense pancreatitis is an extreme condition, in which the catalysts of the pancreatic juice may eat into the organ itself, bringing about sudden torment, spewing and now and then jaundice and crumple, or trouble in the upper guts and back with sickness and retching in the wake of eating. In addition, the level of the protein amylase in the blood is considerably raised. Taking of liquor and fat must be maintained a strategic distance from in light of the fact that repeating pancreatitis, is by and large, connected with gallstone and liquor abuse. Here and there duodenitis may bring about intense pancreatitis.
Chronic Pancreatitis : This condition may take after infection diseases, for example, mumps and flu and it is likewise connected with liquor addiction.
Incessant creatitis is less agonizing and prompts to pancreatic disappointment, bringing on malabsorption (i.e. ingestion by the small digestive tract is lessened) and diabetes mellitus. The pancreas frequently gets to be calcified creating unmistakable shadow on X-ray.
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