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A Case of Intraductal Papillary Mucinous Neoplasia with Classical Imagings

Bilal Toka

Nowadays, with the help of improvements in scanning methods and increment of their application frequency, cystic lesions of pancreas especially in asymptomatic people with advanced age are detected with an increasing rate. IPMNs are originated from mucin-producing columnar cells and main pancreatic duct, branch duct or both may be involved in IPMNs. Intraductal Papillary Mucinous Neoplasia is a relatively rare condition that sometimes there is difficulty in diagnosis. Herein we presented an IPMN case with all classical appearances imaging modalities. Especially endoscopic view of the “fish-mouth” sign in ERCP of the patient was quite characteristic