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  West African Journal of Radiology
 

Figure 14: Axial postcontrast arterial phase computed tomography scan of the abdomen demonstrated low attenuation mass at the head of pancreas, (atypical pancreatic adenocarcinoma; open yellow arrows) without dilatation of the pancreatic duct. A stent is in situ in the dilated common bile duct (open red arrow)

Figure 14: Axial postcontrast arterial phase computed tomography scan of the abdomen demonstrated low attenuation mass at the head of pancreas, (atypical pancreatic adenocarcinoma; open yellow arrows) without dilatation of the pancreatic duct. A stent is <i>in situ</i> in the dilated common bile duct (open red arrow)