Gastric antral cancer with local invasion to the pancreas

Case contributed by Dr Mohammad Taghi Niknejad

Presentation

Abdominal pain and distension.

Patient Data

Age: 75 years
Gender: Male

Mild increased wall thickness is seen at distal gastric antrum and pylorus suggesting tumoral infiltration and causing gastric distension. The mass infiltrates superior aspect of pancreatic head. The pancreatic duct distal to infiltration site is dilated.

Increased wall thickness is noted at distal gastric antrum and pylorus inferring tumoral infiltration and causing gastric distension. The mass infiltrates superior aspect of pancreatic head. The pancreatic duct distal to infiltration site is dilated. There is no sign of vascular encasement.

Case Discussion

This is a pathology proven case of distal gastric adenocarcinoma that invades adjacent pancreatic head.

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Case information

rID: 89224
Published: 4th May 2021
Last edited: 4th May 2021
Inclusion in quiz mode: Included
Institution: Tabesh medical imaging center