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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 Arlen
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In brief: 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.

In brief: 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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