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Carcinoma of the pancreatic head
Carcinoma of the pancreatic head High- grade stenosis of the biliary duct with a prestenotic dilatation. The extention of the stenosis corresponds to the innerpancreatic section of bile duct. See also: section "Stents" Pancreas divisum stent - pancreatic carcinoma 2.
Carcinoma of the pancreatic head / body
Carcinoma of the pancreatic head The outlines of the pancreatic duct are extremely irregular at the juction between body and head. Additionally there are segmental stenosis
Carcinoma of the pancreatic head
Carcinoma of the pancreatic head High- grade biliary stenosis due to an advanced carcinoma of the pancreatic head. The prestenotic dilatation reaches as far as the intrahepatic bile ducts.
Carcinoma arising from the pancreatic acinar cells
Carcinoma of the pancreatic head Biliary stenosis 2 cm in length without pancreatic ductular changes. A carcinoma arising from the pancreatic acinar cells was diagnosed histologically. Acinar cell carcinomata are rare tumors of the pancreas See also: Stents Pancreatic carcinoma 1.