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Figure 1: (a) Arterial phase of computed tomography (CT) scan showing mass lesion in uncinate process of pancreas with no significant arterial enhancement. (b) Portal venous phase of CT scan showing mass lesion in uncinate process, appearing isodense to pancreatic parenchyma, with dilated main pancreatic duct. (c) Pancreatico‑duodenectomy specimen of the patient. (d) Cut section of tumor in uncinate process of pancreas, showing homogenous lesion with no hemorrhage or necrosis

Figure 1: (a) Arterial phase of computed tomography (CT) scan showing mass lesion in uncinate process of pancreas with no significant arterial enhancement. (b) Portal venous phase of CT scan showing mass lesion in uncinate process, appearing isodense to pancreatic parenchyma, with dilated main pancreatic duct. (c) Pancreatico‑duodenectomy specimen of the patient. (d) Cut section of tumor in uncinate process of pancreas, showing homogenous lesion with no hemorrhage or necrosis