Journal of the Pancreas is known for its integrity and quality among all open-access journals on pancreatic pseudocyst. The journal publishes high quality articles, editorials as well as review articles covering major aspects of pancreatic pseudocyst.
A pancreatic pseudocyst is a fluid-filled sac in the abdomen, which sometimes also contains tissues, enzymes and blood from pancreas. Pancreatic pseudocyst occurs usually in a patient with chronic pancreatitis. It may also oocur in people with pancreas injury or after trauma to abdomen. Pancreatic pseudocyst develops when the pancreatic ducts are damaged by the inflammation that occurs during pancreatitis. Unlike true cysts, pseudocyst are not lined by epithelium but with with granulation tissue. Other complication arising because of pancreatic pseudocyst includes infection, hemorrhage, obstruction, rupture, compression in urinary system, biliary system, and arteriovenous system.
Journal of the Pancreas is published by OMICS Group, one of the leading Open Access publishers. OMICS International with the noble initiative of Open Access journals has been successful in managing more than 700+ peer-reviewed journals and organizing around 3000+ International Scientific Conferences around the globe annually. These open access journals are strongly supported by efficient editorial board members and other expertise that play a vital role in review process through which qualitative articles get published.
Last date updated on June, 2014