Case of the Month
42 year old male
The ultrasound findings are a centrally located tumor mass in the liver with invasion and obstruction of the intrahepatic bile ducts of the left liver lobe. Portal vein thrombosis and collateral veins around the gallbladder and pancreas. Biopsy proved the mass to be a cholangiocarcinoma. A centrally in the liver located cholangiocarcinoma is called a Klatskin tumor
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