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Cystic pancreatic tumors

Serous cystadenoma Feb 10, 2009
A 71-years-old male patient, diagnosed by CT and abdominal ultrasonography with a pancreatic tumor mass. EUS revealed a 2.5 cm tumor, with multiple small cystic lesions inside, with discrete power Doppler signals visualized in the center.
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Serous cystadenoma Feb 10, 2009
A multicystic lesion in the pancreatic body / tail, of 2 centimeters diameter, visualized near the splenic vein. EUS-guided FNA and cytological exam revealed a benign etiology suggestive of a serous cystadenoma.
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Pancreatic tail cystadenocarcinoma Aug 29, 2005
Patient with a large cystic tumor mass of approximately 5 cm at the level of the pancreatic tail, with thickened and irregular walls. EUS-FNA with complete aspiration of the cystic fluid was initially performed, depicting very high values of CEA and CA 19-9. EUS-guided FNA of the solid part was subsequently done demonstrating cilindrical atypical cells with hyperchromatic nuclei and visible nucleoli.
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Pancreatic tail cystadenocarcinoma Mar 2, 2005
Patient with a large cystic pancreatic tail tumor, visualized during CT. EUS of the pancreatic tail region showed the cystic tumor, with irregular and thick walls. EUS-FNA was performed through the stomach wall and cytological analysis was positive for atypical cells. Cystic fluid analysis also revealed high levels of CEA and CA 19-9.
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