Digestive Diseases and Sciences

, Volume 48, Issue 8, pp 1465–1471

CASE REPORT: Autoimmune Pancreatitis Detected as a Mass in the Head of the Pancreas Without Hypergammaglobulinemia, Which Relapsed After Surgery: Case Report and Review of the Literature

Authors

  • Takao Taniguchi
    • Department of Internal MedicineOhtsu Red Cross Hospital, Ohtsu
  • Hikaru Tanio
    • Department of Internal MedicineOhtsu Red Cross Hospital, Ohtsu
  • Shuji Seko
    • Department of Internal MedicineOhtsu Red Cross Hospital, Ohtsu
  • Osamu Nishida
    • Department of Internal MedicineOhtsu Red Cross Hospital, Ohtsu
  • Fumihiko Inoue
    • Department of Internal MedicineOhtsu Red Cross Hospital, Ohtsu
  • Motozumi Okamoto
    • Department of Internal MedicineOhtsu Red Cross Hospital, Ohtsu
  • Shunnichi Ishigami
    • Department of SurgeryOhtsu Red Cross Hospital, Ohtsu
  • Hisato Kobayashi
    • Department of RadiologyOhtsu Red Cross Hospital, Ohtsu
Article

DOI: 10.1023/A:1024743218697

Cite this article as:
Taniguchi, T., Tanio, H., Seko, S. et al. Dig Dis Sci (2003) 48: 1465. doi:10.1023/A:1024743218697
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