A female asked:
I have chronic pancreatitis due to pancreatic divisum. now blood in urine. no infections ot kidney stones. a lot of pain. ct blood normal. cp culprit?
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Dr. Myron Arlenanswered
Surgical Oncology 66 years experience
Probable CP: Pancreatic divisum is failure of the dorsal and ventral ducts of the early developing pancreas to fuse into a major duct system. Blood in urine may be from a possible renal or bladder lesion but unrelated to pancreatic problem. Pain when no defined kidney stones would have to be related to common association of pancreatic divisum and pancreatitis.
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