Zollinger-ellison Syndrome is a rare condition in which tumors (or gastrinomas) form in a person’s pancreas or upper part of their small intestine. Zollinger-ellison Syndrome can occur at any age but is typically found between the ages of 30-50. Zollinger-ellison Syndrome occurs when the gastrinomas leak the hormone gastrine into the affected area which causes a mass amount of acid to be created in the stomach and, in turn, create peptic ulsers.
Zollinger-ellison Syndrome Bioinformatics Tool
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