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Abdomen and retroperitoneum | 1.3 Pancreas
Case 1.3.2 Malignant pancreatic tumors in corpus and cauda


Cystic pancreatic carcinoma with ill defined cystic pancreatic masses and gastric wall infiltration

Cystic pancreatic carcinoma
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Cystic pancreatic carcinoma
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Ill defined cystic pancreatic masses and gastric wall infiltration
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No bile duct dilatation
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The same patient with cystic pancreatic carcinoma with ill defined cystic pancreatic masses and gastric wall infiltration CT

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The same patient with cystic pancreatic carcinoma. Some time later there are now dilatated bile ducts, peritoneal metastases, ascites and a portal vein thrombosis with collaterals.

Dilatated bile ducts
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Portal vein thrombosis
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Portal vein thrombosis and collaterals
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Peritoneal metastases and ascites
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