Generalized atrophy of body and tail of the pancreas. Diffuse parenchymal calcification with main pancreatic duct dilated throughout its course with a beaded appearance reaching up to 10mm in diameter. Multiple intraductal calculi are present, the largest measuring 10 mm in the pancreatic head. This stone is obstructing the main pancreatic duct resulting in ductal dilatation. No hypoenhancing pancreatic parenchymal lesions. No peripancreatic fat stranding or localized collections. No radio-opaque stones in the gallbladder, cystic duct, or common bile duct. No intrahepatic biliary duct dilatation.