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Case 3037

Solid and papillary epithelial neoplasm of the pancreas

Author(s)
Savastano S, Zonta LL, Alessi S, Fantozzi O, Corrà S
 
Patient
female, 14 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    Ultrasonography of the upper abdomen

    Ultrasonography: a large complex mass in the left hypochondrium; the lesions contain solid inhomogeneous components and multiple cysts.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Ultrasonography of the upper abdomen;
     
     
  • Figure 2
    CT of the upper abdomen
     

    Computed tomography: the mass is well demarcated by a thin capsule; it contains water-like attenuation areas and solid hypoattenuating areas (a). The distal pancreas are not recognizable; there is compression of the...

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: CT of the upper abdomen;

    Computed tomography: the mass is well demarcated by a thin capsule; it contains water-like attenuation areas and solid hypoattenuating areas (a). The distal pancreas are not recognizable; there is compression of the...

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: CT of the upper abdomen;
     
     
Ultrasonography: a large complex mass in the left hypochondrium; the lesions contain solid inhomogeneous components and multiple cysts.
 
Computed tomography: the mass is well demarcated by a thin capsule; it contains water-like attenuation areas and solid hypoattenuating areas (a). The distal pancreas are not recognizable; there is compression of the splenic vein with the collateral vein via the gastroepiploic vein (b).
 
Computed tomography: the mass is well demarcated by a thin capsule; it contains water-like attenuation areas and solid hypoattenuating areas (a). The distal pancreas are not recognizable; there is compression of the splenic vein with the collateral vein via the gastroepiploic vein (b).
 
 
 
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