|ECR 2019 / C-2486|
|Pancreatic Pseudotumors: Lesions that can mimic primary pancreatic neoplasms.|
Knowledge of pancreatic embryology, anatomic relations, inflammatory lesions and other entities that mimic pancreatic primary neoplasms is essential, mainly because radiologic presentation could be very similar for the majority of these pathologies. Using and interpreting correctly imaging details and minor findings may help to approach the accurate final diagnosis, which will help primary physicians to optimize appropriate management and avoid unnecessary procedures and work-up images.
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