Citation, DOI and case data
1st episode of jaundice.
Loading Stack -
0 images remaining
There is an irregular-shaped tubular hyperechoic area in the head region of the pancreas while scanning the empty stomach. The rim of pancreatic parenchyma is present surrounding this. With water intake, fluid and air are seen in this area.
There is the presence of periportal cuffing with few reactive periportal nodes.
Gall bladder shows an edematous wall with a collapsed lumen without calculus.
The main pancreatic duct shows a normal caliber. The common bile duct could not be localized.
The case shows ultrasound findings of complete annular pancreas.
- 1. Melhus M, Aasen S. [Diagnostic imaging of annular pancreas]. (2000) Tidsskrift for den Norske laegeforening : tidsskrift for praktisk medicin, ny raekke. 120 (27): 3254-6. Pubmed
- 2. Vijayaraghavan SB. Sonography of pancreatic ductal anatomic characteristics in annular pancreas. J Ultrasound Med. 2003;21 (11): 1315-8. Pubmed citation
1 article features images from this case
18 public playlist include this case
- MAK Paeds viva by Dr Michael Kreltszheim
- 2019 ASA Abdominal anatomy by Assoc Prof Craig Hacking ◉ ◈
- Neonatal bowel obstruction by Dr Thuan Tzen, Koh
- Paeds - abdomen & pelvis by Dr Seb Belfrage ◉
- Primer - Paediatric Imaging - Gastrointestinal Tract by Aman
- Abdo - Adult Clinical Conditions - Pancreas by Dr Charlie Handley
- FRCR 2B HPB by Eelin Tan
- kejsy #1 (part 12) by Lech Gradziński
- Paeds bowel by Dr Christopher Lee
- Paediatrics - GI by Aman
- Trzustka pierścieniowata by Adam
- Normal Variants by Dr Mostafa El-Feky ◉
- Normal Variants by Dr Dylan Kurda
- Paeds abdo by Allister Howie
- Sarath FRCR by sarath babu
- pankreas by Eva Fischer ◉
- PAED 2b by dr elroy
- ProfML20/07/17 by Aileen O'Shea ◉