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The first cases of AIP were probably observed by Ball et al and Sarles et al, who described them using the terms chronic interstitial pancreatitis and primary inflammatory sclerosis associated, respectively, with ulcerative colitis (25) and hypergammaglobulinemia.
Interstitial pancreatitis (the preferred term for "uncomplicated" acute pancreatitis) is defined as pancreatic enlargement with homogeneous increased contrast uptake on CT.
Four major pathologic categories have been designated: acute interstitial pancreatitis or edematous pancreatitis (as in this case), necrotizing pancreatitis, hemorrhagic pancreatitis, and suppurative pancreatitis.

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