is a small but vitally important organ that lies across the back of the abdomen behind most of the other organs in your stomach. When the pancreas is inflamed (e.g.
) it often causes pain, this is usually felt in the central or upper part of the abdomen and is often associated with back pain. The pain may be sharp, aching or burning in nature. A
deals with a range of conditions and cancers that may require either open or
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