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Revista Médica La Paz

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VIRUEZ SOTO, José Luis; VERA CARRASCO, Oscar  y  TORREZ CRUZ, Karen Mabel. ACUTE PANCREATITIS ASSOCIATED WITH HIPERTRIGLYCERIDEMIA. Rev. Méd. La Paz [online]. 2009, vol.15, n.2, pp. 32-35. ISSN 1726-8958.

Acute Pancreatitis (AP) is a gastrointestinal disease which causes more frequent in the middle are the colecistoquineticos abundant food intake, alcohol abuse and gallbladder problems. Although acute pancreatitis caused by hypertriglyceridemia (HT) is a well known, has not been well characterized or defíned. The frequency of HT in patients with PA between 4 and 53%, now it always looks to consider is to define whether the presence of primary-causal HT-, or high-consequence to other medical conditions such as Diabetes Mellitus, abuse alcohol, pregnancy or drug use, is generally associated with triglyceride levels above 1,000 mg/dl. he HT induced pancreatic damage by releasing free fatty acids, injuring the capillary endothelium and acinar cells of the pancreas. In pancreatic preparations perfused with fatty acids at the experimental level, we confirm that these cause edema and hemorrhage of the pancreatic parenchyma. Since not all patients with HT develop PA, has suggested that it is due rather to an impaired lipid clearance capacity. he aim of medical treatment based mainly on insulin-crystal is increased lipoprotein lipase activity and increase the degradation of chylomicrons, thereby decreasing plasma triglyceride levels below 500 mg/dl.

Palabras clave : Pancreatitis; Hypertriglyceridemia.

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