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Background & Objectives of this research In this report, we tried to identify patients who might experience late stage acute pancreatitis-related problems. On the other hand, we also provide a potential insight into the mechanisms that lead to the formation of lyphopenia in acute pancreatitis and its potential effects on prognosis. Group 2's hour CRP level was significantly higher than that of group 1, and it was significantly higher than that of group 1. Conclusions There is a statistically significant relationship between the occurrence of lymphopenia at the 48th hour of presentation in acute biliary pancreatitis patients and the onset of delayed complications. If there was no lymphopenia at 48 hours, there would not be any late-term pancreatitis-related complications, and an early cholecystectomi can be done in those cases.
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