Increasing Diagnosis Rates and the Changing Etiology in Childhood Pancreatitis; Ten Years of a Single-Center Experience in Turkey

Yıl: 2023 Cilt: 10 Sayı: 1 Sayfa Aralığı: 55 - 63 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.4274/jpr.galenos.2022.00018 İndeks Tarihi: 29-05-2023

Increasing Diagnosis Rates and the Changing Etiology in Childhood Pancreatitis; Ten Years of a Single-Center Experience in Turkey

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Aim: In this study, we aimed to evaluate the etiological, clinical, and laboratory characteristics of children with pancreatitis and the changes in these data over the years. Materials and Methods: Children hospitalized with a diagnosis of pancreatitis between January, 2011 and January, 2021 were evaluated retrospectively. The etiology, demographic characteristics, laboratory findings, and changes over the years were analyzed. Results: A total of 111 cases were enrolled, 72 (64.9%) in the acute pancreatitis (AP) group and 39 (35.1%) in the acute recurrent pancreatitis and chronic pancreatitis (ARP/CP) group. The most common causes of AP were idiopathic (27.8%), cholelithiasis (26.4%), and infections (8.4%). In ARP/CP assessments, idiopathic (35.9%), trauma (15.4%), and drugs (10.3%) were the most frequent etiologies. During the first five-year period, only 14 patients were diagnosed with pancreatitis, but in the second five years, 97 patients were diagnosed with pancreatitis. In both periods, the most frequent diagnosis was idiopathic pancreatitis (42.9% and 28.9%, respectively). While trauma (14.3%) and infections (14.3%) were the most common etiologies in the first five years, cholelithiasis (20.6%) and drugs (9.3%) were the most common in the second five years. Conclusion: There was a significant increase between the first and the second five-year periods in pancreatitis-related hospitalizations. The most common cause of pancreatitis in all groups was still unknown. The cholelithiasis ratio increased from 7.1% to 20.6% in the second five- year period. Additionally, drugs played a bigger role in pancreatitis at a high rate of 9.3% over the years. Additionally, it was seen that the administration of octreotide treatment decreased over the years.
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APA Çakar S, Erdemir Eren G, Pirinç N, ERDUR C, Ecevit Ç, Bekem Soylu O (2023). Increasing Diagnosis Rates and the Changing Etiology in Childhood Pancreatitis; Ten Years of a Single-Center Experience in Turkey. , 55 - 63. 10.4274/jpr.galenos.2022.00018
Chicago Çakar Sevim,Erdemir Eren Gulin,Pirinç Neslihan,ERDUR CAHİT BARIŞ,Ecevit Çiğdem Ömür,Bekem Soylu Ozlem Increasing Diagnosis Rates and the Changing Etiology in Childhood Pancreatitis; Ten Years of a Single-Center Experience in Turkey. (2023): 55 - 63. 10.4274/jpr.galenos.2022.00018
MLA Çakar Sevim,Erdemir Eren Gulin,Pirinç Neslihan,ERDUR CAHİT BARIŞ,Ecevit Çiğdem Ömür,Bekem Soylu Ozlem Increasing Diagnosis Rates and the Changing Etiology in Childhood Pancreatitis; Ten Years of a Single-Center Experience in Turkey. , 2023, ss.55 - 63. 10.4274/jpr.galenos.2022.00018
AMA Çakar S,Erdemir Eren G,Pirinç N,ERDUR C,Ecevit Ç,Bekem Soylu O Increasing Diagnosis Rates and the Changing Etiology in Childhood Pancreatitis; Ten Years of a Single-Center Experience in Turkey. . 2023; 55 - 63. 10.4274/jpr.galenos.2022.00018
Vancouver Çakar S,Erdemir Eren G,Pirinç N,ERDUR C,Ecevit Ç,Bekem Soylu O Increasing Diagnosis Rates and the Changing Etiology in Childhood Pancreatitis; Ten Years of a Single-Center Experience in Turkey. . 2023; 55 - 63. 10.4274/jpr.galenos.2022.00018
IEEE Çakar S,Erdemir Eren G,Pirinç N,ERDUR C,Ecevit Ç,Bekem Soylu O "Increasing Diagnosis Rates and the Changing Etiology in Childhood Pancreatitis; Ten Years of a Single-Center Experience in Turkey." , ss.55 - 63, 2023. 10.4274/jpr.galenos.2022.00018
ISNAD Çakar, Sevim vd. "Increasing Diagnosis Rates and the Changing Etiology in Childhood Pancreatitis; Ten Years of a Single-Center Experience in Turkey". (2023), 55-63. https://doi.org/10.4274/jpr.galenos.2022.00018
APA Çakar S, Erdemir Eren G, Pirinç N, ERDUR C, Ecevit Ç, Bekem Soylu O (2023). Increasing Diagnosis Rates and the Changing Etiology in Childhood Pancreatitis; Ten Years of a Single-Center Experience in Turkey. The Journal of Pediatric Research, 10(1), 55 - 63. 10.4274/jpr.galenos.2022.00018
Chicago Çakar Sevim,Erdemir Eren Gulin,Pirinç Neslihan,ERDUR CAHİT BARIŞ,Ecevit Çiğdem Ömür,Bekem Soylu Ozlem Increasing Diagnosis Rates and the Changing Etiology in Childhood Pancreatitis; Ten Years of a Single-Center Experience in Turkey. The Journal of Pediatric Research 10, no.1 (2023): 55 - 63. 10.4274/jpr.galenos.2022.00018
MLA Çakar Sevim,Erdemir Eren Gulin,Pirinç Neslihan,ERDUR CAHİT BARIŞ,Ecevit Çiğdem Ömür,Bekem Soylu Ozlem Increasing Diagnosis Rates and the Changing Etiology in Childhood Pancreatitis; Ten Years of a Single-Center Experience in Turkey. The Journal of Pediatric Research, vol.10, no.1, 2023, ss.55 - 63. 10.4274/jpr.galenos.2022.00018
AMA Çakar S,Erdemir Eren G,Pirinç N,ERDUR C,Ecevit Ç,Bekem Soylu O Increasing Diagnosis Rates and the Changing Etiology in Childhood Pancreatitis; Ten Years of a Single-Center Experience in Turkey. The Journal of Pediatric Research. 2023; 10(1): 55 - 63. 10.4274/jpr.galenos.2022.00018
Vancouver Çakar S,Erdemir Eren G,Pirinç N,ERDUR C,Ecevit Ç,Bekem Soylu O Increasing Diagnosis Rates and the Changing Etiology in Childhood Pancreatitis; Ten Years of a Single-Center Experience in Turkey. The Journal of Pediatric Research. 2023; 10(1): 55 - 63. 10.4274/jpr.galenos.2022.00018
IEEE Çakar S,Erdemir Eren G,Pirinç N,ERDUR C,Ecevit Ç,Bekem Soylu O "Increasing Diagnosis Rates and the Changing Etiology in Childhood Pancreatitis; Ten Years of a Single-Center Experience in Turkey." The Journal of Pediatric Research, 10, ss.55 - 63, 2023. 10.4274/jpr.galenos.2022.00018
ISNAD Çakar, Sevim vd. "Increasing Diagnosis Rates and the Changing Etiology in Childhood Pancreatitis; Ten Years of a Single-Center Experience in Turkey". The Journal of Pediatric Research 10/1 (2023), 55-63. https://doi.org/10.4274/jpr.galenos.2022.00018