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In this Guidelines video, Professor Michael Cummings looks at the assessment of PEI in patients with diabetes:
- What are the main symptoms of PEI at first presentation?
- When should you consider testing, and what tests are available?
- How do you interpret the results of a faecal elastase (FE-1) test?
- When should you refer the patient to secondary care—what are the red flags?
View the Guidelines algorithm: Gastrointestinal disorders in diabetes—could it be pancreatic exocrine insufficiency? here
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Date of preparation: December 2020