Endocrine tumor of the pancreas
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There is a hypervascular pancreatic lesion located in the head of the pancreas, measuring 14 × 11 mm, best appreciated on the arterial phase images.
A small hypodense lesion, 5 mm in diameter, is seen at the left lobe of the liver. No apparent enhancement is noted on postcontrast images.
Hypervascular pancreatic mass, most likely, a neuroendocrine pancreatic tumor (previously known as an islet cell tumor).