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ENETS Consensus Guidelines for the Management of Patients with Digestive Neuroendocrine Neoplasms of the Digestive System

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Панкреатические нейроэндокринные опухоли (П-НЭО) представлены как функционирующими опухолями, так и новообразованиями без определенной функциональной активности [1–4]. Нефункционирующие П-НЭО часто секретируют панкреатический полипептид (ПП), хромогранин А, нейроспецифическую энолазу (НСЭ), хорионический гонадотропин (ХГ), кальцитонин, нейротензин и другие пептиды, обычно не проявляются клиническими симптомами и в связи с этим считаются нефункционирующими опухолями [2, 3, 5–7]. В этой части рекомендаций рассматриваются только функционирующие П-НЭО. Отдельно обсуждаются две группы: наиболее часто встречающиеся опухоли (инсулинома и гастринома) и другие опухоли (подробно описанные и реже встречающиеся), так называемые редкие функционирующие П-НЭО (см. таблицу) [1–4].

D G Beltsevich

Email: beltsevich@rambler.ru

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