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Image challenge: An unusual cause of a solid-cystic pancreatic lesion

April 23, 2018

What caused bloating and dyspepsia in a 50-year-old Chinese woman that presented with no other symptoms and unremarkable physical examination?

Gastroenterology clinical image challenge: A 50-year-old Chinese woman presented with vague abdominal symptoms of bloating and dyspepsia. She had no other significant symptoms and physical examination was unremarkable. Serum biochemistry and hematologic results were normal. Gastroscopy and colonoscopy were also unremarkable. Owing to persistent symptoms for five months, she underwent a computed tomography (CT) scan followed by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the abdomen.

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