Acute pancreatitis - Pancreatic gland (P) is edematous and there is a fluid visible in front of the pancreas. (Black anechogenic strip marked by arrows). From other anatomical structures we see splenic vein (SV), aorta (A) and inferior vena cava (IVC).

Acute pancreatitis - Pancreatic gland (P) is edematous and there is a fluid visible in front of the pancreas. (Black anechogenic strip marked by arrows). From other anatomical structures we see splenic vein (SV), aorta (A) and inferior vena cava (IVC).

Pancreatic carcinoma and dilatated common bile duct

Pancreatic head carcinoma with mesenteric lymph node metastases and perirenal and adrenal infiltration

Enlarged hypoechoic pancreas

Enlarged hypoechoic pancreas

Pancreatic carcinoma CT

Pancreatic carcinoma CT

Metastases of a pancreatic head carcinoma

Abdomen and retroperitoneum

Enlarged right adrenal

Enlarged right adrenal

Enlarged right adrenal

Enlarged right adrenal

Pancreatic carcinoma infiltrating the common bile duct

Pancreatic carcinoma infiltrating the common bile duct

Mesenteric lymph node metastases

Mesenteric lymph node metastases

Enlarged right adrenal

Enlarged right adrenal

Perirenal infiltration

Perirenal infiltration

Pancreatic carcinoma CT

Pancreatic carcinoma CT

Metastases of a pancreatic head carcinoma

Abdomen and retroperitoneum

Metastases of a pancreatic head carcinoma

Abdomen and retroperitoneum

Mesenteric lymph node metastases

Mesenteric lymph node metastases

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