What are the symptoms of carcinoid syndrome?
The symptoms includes flushing, diarrhea, bronchospasm, pain, and right heart failure.
What is the main neurotransmitter associated with the production of carcinoid syndrome?
There is a 3mm calcification in segment VII of the liver. Multiple arterial phase enhancing lesions are identified in the liver.
An oval mesenteric mass measuring 3.5 x 2.6 cm in diameter, with irregular contours and 5 mm peripheral calcification is noted. There is some mesenteric fat and vascular retraction without any signs of vascular infiltration. This lesion demonstrates similar enhancement pattern in both arterial and venous phase.