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Abdomen and retroperitoneum | 1.3 Pancreas
Case 1.3.4 Benign pancreas tumors in corpus and cauda


Pitfall: Cystic lesion in the left upper abdomen that appeared to be separate from the pancreas. MRI proved it to be a pancreatic cyst distal in the tail.

Cystic lesion in the left upper abdomen longitudinal
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Cystic lesion in the left upper abdomen longitudinal
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Cystic lesion in the left upper abdomen and pancreas transverse
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Cystic lesion in the left upper abdomen and pancreas transverse
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Pitfall: Cystic lesion in the left upper abdomen that appeared to be separate from the pancreas. MRI proved it to be a pancreatic cyst distal in the tail.

Cystic lesion in the left upper abdomen transverse
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Cystic lesion in the left upper abdomen transverse
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Pitfall: Cystic lesion in the left upper abdomen that appeared to be separate from the pancreas. MRI proved it to be a pancreatic cyst distal in the tail.

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Pitfall: Cystic lesion in the left upper abdomen that appeared to be separate from the pancreas. MRI proved it to be a pancreatic cyst distal in the tail.

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