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The Pancreas is a glandular and digestive organ that secretes juice which is important for the proper functioning of the body. it produces hormones, insulin, and enzymes. It is located in the abdominal cavity of the stomach. There are two main functions of the pancreas- endocrine and exocrine function. Endocrine function helps in the secretion of insulin that controls blood sugar levels while exocrine function helps in proper digestion. There are a number of pancreatic disorders that needs attention and requires timely treatment. The most common ones are discussed below:

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Appendicitis and gallbladder attack both cause severe pain in the abdomen but are actually different from each other. The treatment methods are different and the other symptoms along with abdominal pain help in identifying the disease. There have been many instances when the cause of the pain gets confused with each other even with experienced surgeons. Let us find out how are they different from each other.

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A hiatal hernia is a condition when the upper part of the stomach pushes through the diaphragm into the chest. Heartburn is the most common symptom of a hiatal hernia. Others include difficulty in swallowing, nausea, excessive burping, chest pain and abdominal pain. It causes pain and discomfort after and during eating food. Therefore, it is important to avoid food that is likely to cause acid reflux. Diet plays a very important role in treating a hiatal hernia apart from hernia surgery. People aged 50 or are above 50, can suffer from this condition.

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