Cambridge classification

Cambridge classification

GI disease A classification of pancreatitis based on time of presentation–acute vs chronic, severity–mild, moderate, severe–if multisystem failure and/or complications occurred in the form of abscess or pseudocyst
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ERCP images were classified according to the Cambridge classification, from normal (scored as 0) to marked (scored as 4) (18, 19).
The differences of means were tested by unpaired t test, and the Mann-Whitney U test was used for nonparametric data, including pain score, Cambridge classification score for ERCP, number of positive EUS criteria, and distension score.
The covariates considered included the following pretransplant factors: age at transplant, sex, body mass index (BMI), body surface area (BSA), duration of symptoms, history of alcohol abuse, history of smoking, fasting blood glucose level, cause of pancreatitis, history of pancreatic operations, pain score, equianalgesic dose of narcotics, pancreatic findings on transabdominal ultrasound or CT, the number of EUS criteria, the Cambridge classification score for ERCP, the length of cold ischemia time, use of ductal injection or the two-layer method, distension score, the type of collagenase used, and implementation of purification.
002) and Cambridge classification score for ERCP (P = 0.
This study revealed that islet yield per patient body weight was associated with the Cambridge classification score for ERCP which suggests that progression of inflammation would worsen the outcome of islet isolation.

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