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Research Article

Detection of Common Bile Duct Stones in Mild Acute Biliary Pancreatitis Using Magnetic Resonance Cholangiopancreatography

Table 1

Patient characteristics in two study groups on admission and before MRCP.

CharacteristicsUnitMRCP negative ()MRCP positive ()MRCP negative ()MRCP positive ()
Group AGroup B valueGroup AGroup B value
On admissionBefore MRCP

Male/female15/305/60.1
Ageyrs63 (25–89) ± 21.557 (28–89) ± 220.4
Total bilirubinmg/dl1.96 (0.2–6.58) ± 1.582.4 (1.1–5.7) ± 1.60.40.8 (0.3–1.91) ± 0.40.78 (0.4–2.7) ± 0.670.9
ALKPIU/dl186 (56–422) ± 97254 (112–470) ±1170.04129 (54–422) ± 82120 (62–198) ± 430.7
ALTIU/dl309 (14–972) ± 282298 (151–521) ±1230.471 (8–359) ± 9136 (12–135) ± 360.4
ASTIU/dl310 (15–1384) ± 299276 (87–659) ± 1810.738 (14–136) ± 3443 (14–177) ± 540.6
AmylaseIU/dl1222 (101–6348) ± 12911612 (54–4077) ± 14920.398 (40–517) ± 10283 (47–119) ± 290.7
LipaseIU/dl2980 (45–18250) ± 37362048 (122–7120) ± 23510.475 (11–700) ± 14075 (48–103) ± 390.9
Dilated CBD6/455/110.016

Results are presented as mean ± SD. AST: aspartate aminotransferase; ALT: alanine aminotransferase; ALKP: alkaline phosphatase; CBD: common bile duct.

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