History of alcoholism
CT abdomen and pelvis
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Thick punctate pancreatic calcifications with dilatation of duct of Wirsung. Distended gallbladder. Decreased liver attenuation coefficient, probably due to fat infiltration.
No focal hepatic lesions are observed. Normal adrenal glands and kidneys. No ascites or retroperitoneal lymphadenopathy are observed.
This case shows typical findings of chronic pancreatitis with calcification and main duct dilatation. This is most commonly associated with chronic alcohol abuse as was the case for this patient.