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What is Bard-Pic syndrome?

What is Bard-Pic syndrome?

  • Bard-Pic syndrome: The presence of jaundice, enlarged gallbladder and progressive wasting of the body which indicates a head or pancreatic cancer.

Bard-Pic syndrome: Introduction

Types of Bard-Pic syndrome:

Broader types of Bard-Pic syndrome:

Who gets Bard-Pic syndrome?

Gender Ratio for Bard-Pic syndrome: male predominance

How serious is Bard-Pic syndrome?

Prognosis of Bard-Pic syndrome: Metastasis usually develops readily in the early stages of the disease and death often occurs within 6-8 months
Complications of Bard-Pic syndrome: see complications of Bard-Pic syndrome

What causes Bard-Pic syndrome?

Causes of Bard-Pic syndrome: see causes of Bard-Pic syndrome

What are the symptoms of Bard-Pic syndrome?

Symptoms of Bard-Pic syndrome: see symptoms of Bard-Pic syndrome

Complications of Bard-Pic syndrome: see complications of Bard-Pic syndrome

Bard-Pic syndrome: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Bard-Pic syndrome.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Bard-Pic syndrome.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Bard-Pic syndrome: Oncologist, Hepatologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Bard-Pic syndrome.
Treatments for Bard-Pic syndrome: see treatments for Bard-Pic syndrome

Name and Aliases of Bard-Pic syndrome

Main name of condition: Bard-Pic syndrome

Other names or spellings for Bard-Pic syndrome:

pancreatic malignancy syndrome, Courvoisier syndrome, Courvoisier-Terrier syndrome, Pic syndrome, pancreaticobiliary syndrome


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