Explain the consequences of pancreatic disease.

Pancreatitis is an inflammation of the pancreas, accompanied by impaired exocrine function. If the disease is not treated, necrotic processes will begin on certain inflamed areas of the organ, and, gradually expanding, they will cover the entire pancreas.
Severe cases of pancreatitis, accompanied by destructive processes, most often require surgical intervention and partial or complete resection of the organ.

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