MCQ – 71145

Question

A 68-year-old patient, a chronic drinker, complained of severe epigastric pain for one day. The pain was of sudden onset, radiating to the back and associated with repeated vomiting. Physical examination showed local tenderness and guarding over the epigastrium. Blood tests revealed markedly elevated serum amylase, liver function test was normal and white cell count was not elevated. A CECT abdomen  was performed for further assessment.What can be the most possible diagnosis?

A.

Acute Pancreatitis

B.

Chronic Pancreatitis

C.

Pancreatic Carcinoma

D.

Pancreatic Stone

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