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What is the Pancreas? Matin Khoshnevis Summer 2010
Most people don't know as much about the pancreas An oblong flattened gland located deep in the abdomen. Integral part of the digestive system
Parts of Pancreas The pancreas is made up of glandular tissue and a system of ducts
Functions of the Pancreas The endocrine and exocrine parts Islets of Langerhans: Glucagon, Insulin Acinar cells: Trypsin and chymotrypsin. Amylase Lipase,
What function does the pancreas serve? Bile is a greenish-yellow fluid that aids in the digestion of fats. Pancreatic fluid
What problems are associated with the pancreas? Weight loss and diarrhea Pancreatitis Pancreatic Cancer Pain in the upper abdomen Jaundice Loss of appetite
How can I maintain a healthy pancreas? Maintaining a sensible, balanced diet Avoid smoking and excessive drinking
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