Intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm of the pancreas
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CT shows the liver size and shape within normal limits
Several hypodense lesions with peripheral enhancement and rounded appearance scattered in the liver parenchyma compatible with secondary lesions. No dilatation of the bile duct is observed. Bladder distended, thin-walled, homogeneous of isodense content.
The pancreas has an increased volume hypodense with peripheral enhancement, atrophy distally and dilatation of the main duct. Splenic vein thrombosis. Spleen homogeneous.
Kidney shape, size and parenchymal thickness preserved. left has a rounded hypodense exophytic royalty thin-walled simple cyst aspect Bosniak. No stones or hydronephrosis was observed. Loops of bowel wall thickness retained, without areas of stenosis. No retroperitoneal lymphadenopathy.