Year 2010 Vol. 18 No 1

IN ASSISTANCE TO PRACTICIONER

A.V. VOROBEY, A.A. LITVIN, V.M. KHOKHA

INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF THE ACUTE PANCREATITIS (ATLANTA, 1992) MODERN TENDENCIES IN REVISION

The literature review presents modern tendencies in revision of the acute pancreatitis classification (Atlanta, 1992). All sections of the third revision of the acute pancreatitis classification by International Working Group are subjected to analysis. The revisited classification of the acute pancreatitis is compared with the definitions of 1992 (Atlanta) as well as with the domestic classification. The advantages and disadvantages of the revisited classification of the acute pancreatitis are discussed.

Keywords: acute pancreatitis, classification, Atlanta
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