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Dilated ducts

Image 3 of 5 in Series "Pancreatic Cancer"


Dilated gall bladder ( arrow head) and dilated pancreatic duct ( arrow) is seen on a CT scan.

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Hepatobiliary Scintigraphy

by: Mahima Kaur Zandu,MBBS

A hepatobiliary scan performed shows a high-grade biliary obstruction with the absence of radiotracer activity within the common hepatic duct, gallbladder, common bile duct, and small bowel even at 4 hours.

Pancreatic Mass

by: Mahima Kaur Zandu,MBBS

CT scan of the abdomen is performed to evaluate for biliary obstruction showing an ill-defined hypodense lesion (arrow) in the pancreatic head measuring approximately 2.7 x 1.7 cm suspicious for a neoplasm involving head of the pancreas which shows no vascular involvement with mild upstream pancreatic duct dilation.

Dilated Intahepatic ducts

by: Mahima Kaur Zandu,MBBS

CT imaging shows dilated intrahepatic ducts due to obstruction to bile flow.

Dilated Common Bile duct

by: Mahima Kaur Zandu,MBBS

Dilatation of the common bile duct is seen on imaging.