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Table 2 General characteristics of the patients with AP (2)

From: Endocrine and exocrine pancreatic insufficiency after acute pancreatitis: long-term follow-up study

Variable N %
Sex
 Male 75 66.4
 Female 38 33.6
Classification
 MAP 10 8.8
 MSAP 12 10.6
 SAP 91 80.6
Etiology
 Biliary 65 57.5
 HTG 39 34.5
 Alcoholic 3 2.7
 Others 6 5.3
ARDS
 Mild 23 20.4
 Moderate 20 17.7
 Severe 15 13.3
 No 55 48.7
AKI
 AKI-I 13 11.5
 AKI-II 12 10.6
 AKI-III 23 20.4
 No 65 57.5
Pancreatic Necrosis
 Yes 89 78.8
 No 24 21.2
WON
 Yes 7 6.2
 No 106 93.8
Pancreatic Infection
 Yes 73 64.6
 No 40 35.4
Part of Pancreatic Necrosis
 Head of pancreas 11 12.36
 Body of pancreas 12 13.48
 Tail of pancreas 51 57.3
 Whole pancreas 15 16.85
Area of Pancreatic Necrosis
 <1/3 31 34.83
 1/3–50% 26 35.96
 >50% 89 29.21
PCD
 Yes 81 71.7
 No 32 28.3
ON
 Yes 32 28.3
 No 81 71.7
Morphology of Pancreas
 Absence or atrophy of the Head of Pancreas 17 15.0
 Absence or atrophy of the Body and/or tail of Pancreas 40 35.4
 Absence or atrophy of the whole pancreas 11 9.7
 Normal area of pancreas 45 39.8
  1. HTG hypertriglyceridemia, WON wall-off necrosis, PCD percutaneous catheter drainage, ON operative necrosectomy; Morphology of Pancreas, outline of pancreas by CT scan at follow-up time