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My brother is 20 years old and he suffered from acute pancreatitis 3 months ago. He was admitted in hospital where he was kept nill by mouth and given ivf for 1 week. After that he was discharged from hospital and advised to take enzar hs capsule. After 2 months he was checked again and found it has not been cured yet. They performed mri and found that pancreas is badly damaged and there is well encapsulated t2 hyperintense collection with multiple t2 hypointense necrotic debris within is seen in the neck and head area of pancreas and middle portion is compressed. Although the reason for his pancreatitis has not been found as he is non alcoholic and there is no stone either. Doctors said it is not curable completely. He can develop diabetes, jaundice, fever because of this in future and he can again get the attack of pancreatitis. Doctors advised to continue taking enzar hs capsule and they will perform sonography every month to check if it is cured or not. So I want to ask is he undergoing right treatment? Isn't it curable completely?

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