Clinical picture of apudoma. Apudoma neoplasms originate from the so-called APUD cells (APUD) of the gastrointestinal mucosa, as well as from pancreatic islet cells. What these cells are - first of all, they are responsible for the consumption of amines, hormones and are involved in the formation of such monoamines as dopamine, serotonin, histamine and others.
In the patient's body, simultaneous/successive growth of omeprazole kinds of hormonally active tumors of the digestive tract organs, both inside and outside it, is possible. Regarding the symptoms of the disease, the main symptom of apudoma is an excess of peptides and hormones that are produced by APUD cells. As listed in medical reference books, apudomas come in many forms. The most striking and most common example is vipoma, gastrinoma and argentaffinoma.