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Association of small intestinal diverticulosis with chronic pancreatitis leading to severe malabsorption. Report of three cases.
  1. Y. R. Mahida,
  2. R. W. Chapman,
  3. D. P. Jewell
  1. Gastroenterology Unit, Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford, UK.

    Abstract

    Three cases of chronic pancreatitis occurring in patients with small intestinal diverticulosis and bacterial overgrowth are reported. In two of the cases, pancreatic supplements were therapeutically beneficial (the third being unable to tolerate them). Two of the patients also developed diverticular perforation. The possible nature of the association between small intestinal diverticulosis and chronic pancreatitis is discussed.

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