TV actor Rituraj Singh passed away on Monday night, February 20, due to a cardiac arrest after battling pancreatic disease.

Reportedly, the 59-year-old actor had been admitted to the hospital for pancreas-related treatment, returned home, and subsequently experienced cardiac complications leading to his demise.

Rituraj Singh was known for his roles in various TV shows including “Banegi Apni Baat,” “Jyoti,” “Hitler Didi,” “Shapath,” “Warrior High,” “Aahat,” “Adaalat,” “Diya Aur Baati Hum,” and as Balwant Choudhary in “Laado 2.”

Pancreatic disease encompasses various conditions affecting the pancreas, a vital organ responsible for digestion and blood sugar regulation through enzyme and hormone production.

Symptoms of pancreatic disease range from abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting to weight loss, jaundice, changes in bowel habits, and fatigue. Treatment options vary depending on the underlying cause and may include medication, lifestyle adjustments, surgery, or other interventions.

Causes of pancreatic disease differ based on the condition. Acute pancreatitis can stem from gallstones or excessive alcohol consumption, while chronic pancreatitis may result from alcohol abuse, genetics, autoimmune disorders, or certain medications.

Risk factors for pancreatic cancer include smoking, obesity, family history, chronic pancreatitis, diabetes, and genetic syndromes. Pancreatic cysts may develop due to duct blockage, trauma, inflammation, or genetics, while pancreatic insufficiency can arise from various conditions damaging the pancreas.

Diabetes, both type 1 and type 2, can be linked to pancreatic issues, with type 1 believed to be autoimmune and type 2 associated with genetic and lifestyle factors.

Treatment for pancreatic diseases varies, with acute cases often requiring hospitalization for supportive care, while chronic management involves pain relief, enzyme replacement, dietary adjustments, and sometimes surgery.

Individualized treatment plans are essential, considering factors like disease type, stage, overall health, and patient preferences. Regular follow-up and monitoring are crucial for effective management.

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