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Kumar P.,PGIMER and Dr RML HospitalNew Delhi | Ghosh A.,PGIMER and Dr RML HospitalNew Delhi | Tandon V.,PGIMER and Dr RML HospitalNew Delhi | Sahoo R.,PGIMER and Dr RML HospitalNew Delhi
Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research | Year: 2016

Benign Pancreatic Hyperenzymemia (BPH) or Gullo’s Syndrome is a new entity with only few reported cases till date. It is characterized by persistently elevated pancreatic enzymes without any clinical or pathological evidence of pancreatic disease. Gullo’s syndrome is a diagnosis of exclusion and clinician should be aware of various other conditions which can cause elevation of pancreatic enzymes. There are no reported cases of Gullo’s syndrome from Indian subcontinent till date. A 42-year-old lady presented to us with complaints of fever and cough for which she was evaluated and diagnosed to be having left upper zone pneumonia. However, her routine investigations showed persistently elevated serum amylase and lipase levels. She was extensively worked up for pancreatic hyperenzymemia but no pancreatic disease was detected. She was followed up for a period of one year and raised levels of serum lipase and amylase persisted even after a year. © 2016, Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. All rights reserved. Source

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