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Increased pancreatic enzymes after surgery ?

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Old 12-30-2011, 01:35 PM   #1
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Increased pancreatic enzymes after surgery ?

Hello. I had a Nissen wrap done dec 8. I've had constant back pain ever since the surgery. My dr ordered a lipase test to check my pancreas and said its a little elevated (95). He says this can happen after abdominal surgery and they are watching it. My ct scan was normal

Has this happened to Anyone else after abdominal surgery? Any advice? Thank you


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