secretin-cholecystokinin test

secretin-cholecystokinin test

(for pancreatic function) a combination of the secretin test and the cholecystokinin test, measuring pancreatic secretion volume and secretion of bicarbonate, amylase, lipase, and trypsin. Also called secretin-pancreozymin test.
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Applying all these modifications together gave a sensitivity of the optimized PLT for chronic pancreatitis of 95% and a specificity of 81%, with positive and negative predictive values of 82% and 95%, respectively, which are close to the values reported for the secretin-cholecystokinin test (8).
Prospective comparison of the fluorescein dilaurate test with the secretin-cholecystokinin test for pancreatic exocrine function.