|ECR 2013 / C-1474|
|Imaging and pathological findings of solid pseudopapillary tumor of the pancreas: a report of 53 cases|
In conclusion, in our study, small SPTs usually appeared as purely solid lesions with few capsules and sometimes can cause pancreatic infiltration and pancreatic duct dilation. Small SPTs usually show gradual enhancement which is not higher than the pancreatic parenchyma and peripheral enhancement is also observed sometimes. Most middle and large SPTs are solid-cystic masses with clear margin, capsule, and progressive delayed enhancement. Large SPTs incline to have more sharp margins and hemorrhage. No significant difference was found in the imaging features listed in our study between SPTs and SPCs, which supported the revision in the 2010th WHO classification.
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