Ricerca in clinica e in laboratorio

, Volume 18, Supplement 1, pp 81–94 | Cite as

Pancreatite acuta: Nuove possibilitÀ diagnostiche

  • F. Dati
  • R. Malfertheiner
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Riassunto

Durante la fase acuta di una pancreatite vengono riversati nel sangue soprattutto 2 enzimi: l’α-amilasi F. la pancreas-lipasi. Per una rapida documentazione dell’esistenza di una pancreatite acuta abbiamo a disposizione nuovi test rapidi: un test su striscia per la ricerca nelle urine dell’α-amilasi ed un test al latice per la pancreas-lipasi. Accanto ad essi disponiamo di metodi chimico-clinici F. di quello immunoenzimatico per la determinazione quantitativa delie concentrazioni di α-amilasi F. di pancreas-lipasi nel siero, dalla combinazione dei quali si può avere una valida conferma diagnostica.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • F. Dati
    • 1
  • R. Malfertheiner
    • 2
  1. 1.Behringwerke AGMarburg/Lahn
  2. 2.Abt. Innere Medizin II Klinikum der UniversitätUlm-RFT

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