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Clinical Study

International Consensus Diagnostic Criteria for Autoimmune Pancreatitis and Its Japanese Amendment Have Improved Diagnostic Ability over Existing Criteria

Table 6

Comparison of diagnostic abilities of the ICDC and JPS-2011 related to mismatched cases.

ICDCJPS-2011
DefinitiveProbablePossibleNo diagnosis

Number223

DiagnosisPrimary basisImaging evidenceCollateral evidence

HistologyTypical/indeterminateL1 histology

L1/L2 serology
ImagingTypicalL1/L2 OOI
L1/L2 serology/OOI
L2 histology

L1 serology + L1 OOI3
(1) Definitive
type 1 AIP
IndeterminateL2 ERP + L1 serology1
L2 ERP + L1 OOI1

L1 serology + Rt
L1 OOI + Rt
Response to steroidIndeterminateL1 ERP + L2 serology + Rt
L1 ERP + L2 OOI + Rt
L1 ERP + L2 histology + Rt

L2 serology + Rt1
(2) Probable
type 1 AIP
IndeterminateL2 OOI + Rt
L2 serology/L2 OOI + Rt1
L2 histology + Rt

(3) AIP-not otherwise
specified
TypicalL1/2 ERP + Rt
IndeterminateL1/2 ERP + Rt

(4) No diagnosis

L1 and 2: levels 1 and 2; OOI: other organ involvement; ERP: endoscopic retrograde pancreatography; Rt: response to steroid.

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