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    Comparison of the appearance of CECT and clinical severity of AP.

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    <p>(A) The incidence of ANP in AP patients with AFL or NAFL; (B) The clinical severity of AP in AP patients with AFL or NAFL. CECT: contrast-enhanced computed tomography; AP: acute pancreatitis; AFL: alcoholic fatty liver; NAFL: non- alcoholic fatty liver; AEP: acute edematous pancreatitis; ANP: acute necrotizing pancreatitis; MAP: mild acute pancreatitis; MSAP: moderately severe acute pancreatitis; SAP: severe acute pancreatitis.</p

    Comparison of the appearance of CECT and clinical severity of AP.

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    <p>(A, B) The incidence of ANP in total AP patients with or without FL; (C, D) The clinical severity of AP in total patients with or without FL; (E, F) The incidence of ANP in non-obese AP patients with or without FL; (G, H) The clinical severity of AP in non-obese patients with or without FL; (I, J) The incidence of ANP in obese AP patients with or without FL; (K, L) The clinical severity of AP in obese patients with or without FL; (B, D, F, H, J, L) FL patients were divided according to the severity of FL, including mild FL, moderate FL and severe FL. CECT: contrast-enhanced computed tomography; AP: acute pancreatitis; FL: fatty liver; AEP: acute edematous pancreatitis; ANP: acute necrotizing pancreatitis; MAP: mild acute pancreatitis; MSAP: moderately severe acute pancreatitis; SAP: severe acute pancreatitis.</p

    Comparison of incidence of complications and outcomes in AP patients with FL or not.

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    <p>AP: acute pancreatitis; FL: fatty liver; SIRS: systemic inflammatory response syndrome;</p><p>*p<0.05.</p><p>Comparison of incidence of complications and outcomes in AP patients with FL or not.</p
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