Pancreatic serous cystadenoma


Imaging findings of a pancreatic head lesion are compatible with pancreatic serous cystadenoma (microcystic adenoma). It is a benign tumor, more common in females in middle-age and elderly, usually between 70~80 years old. 

The favoring radiological features are usually a multicystic, lobulated mass, located in the head of the pancreas, often associated with a central scar and calcification. No communication to the main duct.

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