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Gastroenterologists and GI Fellows
Autoimmune Pancreatitis is a rare form of pancreatitis caused by autoimmune mechanisms, many of which are not yet fully understood. This lecture will review the basics of autoimmune pancreatitis including categorization into Type I and Type II disease and the unique clinical and histopathologic manifestations of each subtype. Treatment options for autoimmune pancreatitis, maintenance therapy, and relapse therapy will also be explored.
- Review IgG4-related diseases
- Describe clinical presentation of autoimmune pancreatitis
- Review diagnostic criteria of autoimmune pancreatitis (HISORT, ICDC)
- Define differences between Type I and Type II autoimmune pancreatitis including demographics, pathology and histopathology, serum, other organ involvement and association with IBD
- Discuss treatment options for both maintenance and relapse
Rabia A. de Latour, MD
, Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine; Division of Gastroenterology, New York University School of Medicine, New York, NY
Christopher J. DiMaio, MD, NYSGEF
, Faculty Listing: Associate Professor of Medicine, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; Director, Mount Sinai Pancreas Center, Director of Therapeutic Endoscopy, Center for Advanced Colonoscopy and Therapeutic Endoscopy, Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, NY
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