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Abdomen and retroperitoneum | 1.3 Pancreas
Case 1.3.1 Pancreatic head carcinoma and ampullary carcinoma


Pancreatitis of the pancreatic head with dilatated bile ducts and minimal dilatation of the pancreatic duct that mimicks a pancreatic head carcinoma. A CT showed no tumor and repeated biopsies showed no malignancy

Pancreas with pancreatic duct transverse
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Pancreas with pancreatic duct transverse
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Pancreas with pancreatic duct transverse
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Liver with dilatated bile ducts
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Swollen pancreatic head

Longitudinal
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Longitudinal
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Longitudinal
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Longitudinal
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Dilatated common bile duct and sludge filled gallbladder

Sludge filled gallbladder
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Sludge filled gallbladder
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Dilatated common bile duct
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Dilatated common bile duct
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