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Fig. 1 | Insights into Imaging

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From: Imaging diagnosis and staging of pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma: a comprehensive review

Fig. 1

A 72-year-old man with isoattenuating PDAC. Axial pancreatic phase CT image (a) shows MPD stricture (arrow) at the pancreatic body without visible mass. Transverse transabdominal ultrasound image (b) shows a hypoechoic mass (asterisk) at the site of MPD stricture (arrow). Dynamic contrast-enhanced MR images using fat-suppressed T1-weighted sequence in the arterial (c) and portal venous (d) phases show MPD stricture (arrow) but fail to demonstrate a distinct mass. Subsequent pancreaticoduodenectomy revealed PDAC

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