Mel recalls how miserable Maisie was when she was at her lowest point and explains how exocrine
pancreatic insufficiency can have such a severe impact.
Diabetes mellitus is one of these potential complications, as is exocrine
The net effect of pancreatic fat accumulation on the exocrine
function of pancreas is unclear.
It is also formed in the exocrine
cells and these tumors do not produce hormones.
This result confirms a diagnosis of neonatal diabetes and exocrine
pancreatic insufficiency due to a recessive PTF1A mutation.
Sjogren's syndrome is a chronic autoimmune disease characterized by mononuclear cell infiltration and progressive injury in exocrine
Considering the important role of pancreas in the maintenance of normal physiological function, pancreatic dysfunction, either exocrine
or endocrine, causes different diseases of pancreas, such as pancreatitis, diabetes, and pancreatic cancer.
Fecal elastase levels lower than 200 [micro]g/g are suggestive of exocrine
As mentioned above, exocrine
pancreatic insufficiency predisposes to bacterial overgrowth, dysbiosis, and fermentation of the abnormally digested food.
Single case reports mediastinal teratomas with either increased exocrine
pancreatic activity  or associated with aberrant islet differentiation or nesidioblastosis .
Doctors treating these cases generally classified them as type 2 diabetes (87.8%), with only 2.7% of cases being classified as diabetes of the exocrine
Later on the World Health Organization (WHO) in 1996 defined it as low-grade malignant neoplasm of exocrine