Distal pancreatectomy [case 2]

Introduction

A 63-year old man presented with significant weight loss over several months. CT imaging showed an unusual abnormality in the tail of his pancreas. Work up included a percutaneous biopsy but results were inconclusive. A follow-up CT scan demonstrated interval growth of the lesion. A distal pancreatectomy was recommended.

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