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In rats, obstruction of the pancreatic duct was achieved with ethibloc application, a tissue adhesive which is totally decomposed by the organism within 2 months . Application of ethibloc alone resulted in pancreatic injury with extensive ﬁbrosis, inﬂammatory cell inﬁltration, and acinar cell degeneration. However, these injuries were reversible after ethibloc decomposition. Further prolonged alcohol administration with an intragastric cannulae inhibited the recovery, and resulted frequently in parenchymal calciﬁcations.
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Other studies conﬁrmed that there was a decreased risk of oral, pharyngeal and esophageal cancers among California Seventh-Day Adventists, based on mortality data. Cancer incidence and mortality among Mormons have also been studied. In Utah, where detailed cancer incidence rates are available, the incidence of cancer of the oral cavity, pharynx, esophagus and larynx was 20–40% among Mormons compared with non-Mormons . In California, mortality rates among Mormon men were 53% for oral-pharyngeal, 45% for esophageal and 30% for laryngeal cancer, compared with the general population of the USA .