Dr. Pepe’s Diploma Casebook: Case 27 – SOLVED

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Dear Friends,

This week we have the case of a 45-year-old man, who is an alcoholic with abdominal pain, jaundice, and weight loss.

Possible diagnoses:

1. Duodenal neoplasm
2. Focal pancreatitis of pancreatic head
3. Pancreatic neoplasm
4. None of the above


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15 Responses to : Dr. Pepe’s Diploma Casebook: Case 27 – SOLVED

  1. ardeshir says:

    pancreatic neoplasm

  2. Mihai Comsa says:

    Pancreatic head enlarged.
    Edema around pancreatic head and adjacent duodenum.
    No ductal dilatation.

    2. Focal pancreatitis of pancreatic head

  3. Catarina says:

    4. None. Groove pancreatitis.

  4. Ydrpel says:

    Groove pancreatitis

  5. Gkagkanasiou Maria says:

    why not a groove pancreatitis?

  6. Bruno says:

    Groove pancreatitis is a good option. There’s no expansive lesion and there is densification in duodenalpancreatiatic sulcus.

  7. Amalia says:

    My vote for a focal pancreatitis

  8. ahmed says:

    ?focal panceriatitis

  9. Songforthelovers says:

    focal pancreatitis

  10. Songforthelovers says:

    focal pancreatitis maybe

  11. angy says:

    Duodenal neoplasm

  12. Dr. Chalo (Argentina) says:

    Focal pancreatitis of pancreatic head

  13. Svennebos says:

    I’d say groove pancreatitis.

  14. LL says:

    doudenal neoplasm

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