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Visible pancreatic tail pseudocyst through abdominal transplenic scan
daejin kim1, Changkeun Park1, Hanjun Ryu1, Hyunsoo Kim1, Jaekwon Jung1, Jongmin Kim1, Jeonghoon Song1, Jeongin Kim1
1daegu fatima hospital, daegu, Korea
2daegu fatima hospital, daegu , Korea
Address for Correspondence:  daejin kim ,Tel: 821090934081, Fax: 82539547417, Email: cognex@naver.com
Received: 30 August 2023;  Accepted: 13 October 2023.  Published online: 13 October 2023.
ABSTRACT
Chronic pancreatitis represents the end result of a continuous, prolonged, inflammatory, and fibrosing process that affects the pancreas. Pseudocyst is common sequelae of acute pancreatitis or chronic pancreatitis. Abdominal ultrasonography is difficult to detect pancreatic disease, especially located in pancreatic tail. A 56 years old man visited with upper abdomenal pain. We could visualize pseudocyst through abdominal transplenic scan in right oblique position. We confirmed his diagnosis was chronic pancreatitis and pseudocyst after Computer tomography. Abdominal transplenic scan is useful for pancreatic tail disease.
Keywords: chronic pancreatitis; Pseudocyst; transplenic scan; ultrasonography
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