Pancreas is a complex glandular organ and situated intricately and in close association with the liver and the duodenum. Functionally, the organ pancreas is a collaboration of two types of glands (1). The major portion of the pancreas comprises of ‘exocrine’ cells which are involved in the production of digestive enzymes. These enzymes flow into narrow tunes called ducts which merge together to form the single major pancreatic duct. The pancreatic duct opens into the first part of the duodenum (small intestine) and empties out the enzymes.