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A well-marginated solid-appearing oblong lesion is identified, centered at and expanding the head of the pancreas, also extending into the uncinate process. The lesion is associated with dilatation of the main and accessory pancreatic ducts, moderate Intrahepatic biliary and CBD. The dilatation of the CBD ends at the interface with the lesion. The pancreatic body and tail are not atrophic.