Carbimazole-induced pancreatitis at the Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi: A case report
Acute pancreatitis has many causes, with alcohol and gall bladder stones being
the most common. Drug related pancreatitis occurs rarely and usually presents
as mild disease. The diagnosis is by exclusion and relies on a thorough history
and relevant investigations. Management includes withdrawing the drug and
managing the pancreatitis as per protocol.