History of the European Pancreatic Club
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History of the European Pancreatic Club The First 40 Years 1965-2005, 37th Meeting of the European Pancreatic Club And 5th International Symposium (Pancreatology) by T. Griebacher

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Published by S Karger Pub .
Written in English


  • Gastroenterology,
  • Medical,
  • European Pancreatic Club,
  • Geschichte

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages110
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12931810M
ISBN 103805579934
ISBN 109783805579933

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The European Pancreatic Club (EPC) was founded during a first symposium on December 9 in London (President H.T. Howat).Cited by: 3. The invited lectures, the symposia and panels and the printed abstracts of the meetings are the basis for analysis of the development of pancreatic research over the 40 years from to invited lectures and 59 symposia, panels and round tables presented and discussed the latest state of the art at the meetings of the European Pancreatic Club (EPC).Cited by: 1. The European Pancreatic Club (EPC) was founded during a first symposium on December 9 in London (President H.T. Howat). European Pancreatic Club (EPC) Registration Number ZVR: Prof. Matthias Löhr, EPC Secretary House of European Gastroenterology Wickenburgg. 1, , Vienna, Austria. T +43 F +43 10 [email protected] org. Imprint.

However it was his book Surgical Diseases of the Pancreas with George Jordan that began the evolution of the science of pancreatology in , a time when little was known of this mysterious gland whose duct was first described long ago by Johann Wirsung in yet our knowledge did not begin to mature until long after insulin was first isolated in At the time of the founding of the Pancreas Club in , the medical and surgical environment was inhospitable to the study of the exocrine pancreas by surgical investigators or surgical trainees. There were no Surgical Department Chairmen who had as their primary interest pancreatic disease. History of the Pancreas by John M. Howard, M.D., Toledo, Ohio. 1. The pancreas was apparently first discovered by Herophilus, a Greek anatomist and surgeon, who was born in BC in Chalcedon on the Asiatic side of the Bosporus. Herophilus was one of the founders of the ancient school of Medicine in Alexandria, Egypt.   Never before has such a history of the pancreas been presented. From antiquity until today, "rediscovery", translation and sequential presentation, in step with cultural changes in society, make this a unique contribution. Only from the perspective of the two octogenarian-authors could such a narrative have been produced. Discoveries resulting either from chance observation or careful.

The 52nd Meeting of the European Pancreatic Club. Goes Virtual. 1st to 3rd Jul Dear Friends, Dear Colleagues, Due to the COVID pandemic, the EPC-IAP Councils have made the decision to cancel the EPC-IAP meeting initially planned to be held in Paris and to replace it by a virtual meeting to be held at the same date: July 2 and 3. The Cancer Pharmacology Lab was under the spotlight at the Annual Meeting of the European Pancreatic Club, in Toledo, Spain, June The abstract “Galectin-4 (Gal-4) expression is associated with reduced lymph node metastasis, and the modulation of its downstream pathway Wnt/beta-catenin inhibits invasive behavior of pancreatic cancer (PDAC) cells” was selected as an. The Mission of the Pancreas Club, since its founding in , is to promote the interchange of ideas between pancreatologists throughout the world and to maintain an informal "club" atmosphere. Journals & Books; Help; Pancreatology. Articles and issues. About. Publish. Latest issue All issues. Search in this journal. Abstracts presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the European Pancreatic Club, June 26–29, , Zurich, Switzerland. Edited by Rolf Graf, Sabrina Sonda, Jozsef Maleth. Vol Issue 3, Supplement, Pages S1-S98 (May.