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Common symptoms of pancreatic polypeptide tumor

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Updated: Friday, Apr 02,2010, 3:21:45 PM
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1, the more common clinical manifestations of disease are abdominal pain, weight loss, diarrhea, hepatomegaly, abdominal mass, erythema, ascites, and performance of these malignant tumors, oppression and metastasis. Which skin erythema and glucagon movement of patients tumor necrosis erythema solubility difference is that the former is often scaly surface erythema, and symptoms are itching, redness and more involved the face, hands, chest, abdomen and perineum. After surgery or chemotherapy, when the decline in serum levels of pancreatic polypeptide, the erythema can disappear.

2, pancreatic polypeptide tumor and multiple endocrine neoplasia (MEN-I) is closely related to, or can be used as part of MEN-I there. 16 patients reported in the literature, there are four cases this is the case, patients are associated with hyperparathyroidism, and a family history.

3, some patients with pancreatic polypeptide tumor samples also showed symptoms of WDHA group, but these patients plasma and tumor tissue vasoactive peptide (VIP) content is normal.

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