|ECR 2018 / C-3274|
|Imaging of acute pancreatitis: update of the revised Atlanta classificaton|
Establishment of the severeness of acute pancreatitis is very important for the treatment of acute pancreatitis. In this study, we aimed to investigate 'revised Atlanta classification' correctness.
The patients who got the diagnosis of acute pancreatitis between June and December 2015 in Sakarya University Hospital were taken to our study. We evaluated the morphology of the pancreas,interstitial oedematous and necrotisan ,severity of the pancreas and local complications. We also evaluated laboratory tests, APACHE, Ranson, BISAP, SIRS, PANCODE and CTSI scores.
We evaluated 113 acute pancreatic patients. 98 patients(%86.7)were interstitial oedematous pancreatitis, 15 patients (13.1) were necrotisan pancreatitis.According to Revised Atlanta criterisation; 69 patients(69.1) minimal severe, 33 patients (29.2)medium severe and 11 patient(%9.7)was highly severe pancreatitis.22 patients had acute pancreatic fluid collection,1 patient had pancreatic pseudocyst, 6 patients had acute necrotic collection,8 patient had wall of necrosis(WON) and there was 5 patients with primary infected necrosis. We also evaluate Ranson,BISAP, SIRS and APACHE scores.
Severeness of acute pancreatitis is concordance both with Revised Atlanta Criterisation ,scoring systems and laboratory parameters .
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