What is a PNET ( Pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors)?

What is a PNET ( Pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors)?

NET stands for neuroendocrine tumor. Neuroendocrine cells are special types of cells commonly located in the linings of gastrointestinal tract (esophagus to rectum), bronchus (airway) and pancreas. They are located elsewhere too. Tumor arising from these cells is called a neuroendocrine tumor or NET. The neuroendocrine cells secrete various hormones...Read more
Pancreatic Cancer Case Study

Pancreatic Cancer Case Study

Portal vein resection during curative resection of pancreatic cancer 52-year old male patient presented with acute onset jaundice. He was a known case of with chronic calcific pancreatitis secondary to alcohol since 6 months with his gastroenterologist. He had steatorrhea and diabetes due to CP. He was on pancreatic enzyme...Read more

Gall Bladder Cancer

This is a patient information booklet providing specific practical information about gall bladder cancer in brief. Its aim is to provide the patient & his or her family with useful information on this particular gall bladder problem, the procedures and tests you may need to undergo, treatment approaches, risks involved,...Read more