Papillary cystic and solid tumor of the pancreas is a rare neoplasm with low malignancy potential generally found in young women. Although its presentation is typically one of vague abdominal complaints, its radiographic and histologic characteristics are distinct. Recognition of the clinical and pathological spectrum of papillary cystic and solid tumor of the pancreas is essential for diagnosing this uncommon condition and differentiating it from other pancreatic masses encountered in the young.
- Endoscopic ultrasonography
- Pancreatic neoplasm
- Papillary cystic and solid tumor of the pancreas
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