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Research Article

Epidemiology and Etiology of Acute Pancreatitis in Urban and Suburban Areas in Shanghai: A Retrospective Study

Table 1

Severity of acute pancreatitis according to etiologies distribution.

20112016
MAPMSAPSAPMAPMSAPSAP

ABP (n, %)79 (55.6)33 (9.3)14 (30.0)110 (42.8)84 (45.7)7 (31.8)
HTGP (n, %)23 (16.2)13 (19.4)7 (26.7)62 (24.1)49 (26.6)11 (50.0)
Alcoholic pancreatitis (n, %)11 (7.7)4 (6.0)3 (6.7)16 (6.2)3 (1.6)0 (0.0)
Other AP (n, %)29 (20.4)17 (25.4)11 (36.7)69 (26.8)48 (26.1)4 (18.2)

Severity of acute pancreatitis according to etiology distribution. The HTGP has become the most common cause of SAP, and the proportion of HTGP in SAP patients increased from 26.7% in 2011 to 50.0% in 2016.

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