TYPE 2 AUTOIMMUNE PANCREATITIS
A 23-year-old female patient with no previous co-morbidities came to our hospital with a history of back pain for 4 days. No history of nausea/ vomiting/ loose stools/ fever/ melena/ hematemesis/ jaundice/ethanol abuse. The patient was not on any alternative medication. Physical examination was within normal limits. Serum amylase and lipase were elevated , measured 152U/L and 780 U/L respectively. AST/ ALT/ ALP were elevated , measured 88/139/308 respectively. Rest of the liver parameters and blood investigations were within normal limits.
Hiremat, Dr. Aniketh and Patil, Dr Vikram, "TYPE 2 AUTOIMMUNE PANCREATITIS" (2022). Radiology Teaching Files. 7.