pancreas

[ pan-kree-uh s, pang- ]SEE DEFINITION OF pancreas
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What does this great combination of powers in the pancreas mean?

The gall bladder was filled with bile, and the pancreas indurated.

So late as 1840, there was yet no clear understanding of the action of the pancreas.

The liver and spleen are generally normal, as is the pancreas.

Cancer of the pancreas can cause severe depression and insomnia.

This gland is the pancreas, and the duct is the pancreatic duct.

In some of these cases it drags the tail of the pancreas with it.

We believe that the pancreas of Lepidosteus has hitherto been overlooked.

The pancreas of the calf is not active on starchy materials.

This form of diarrhoea may be attributed to a hypersecretion from the pancreas.

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