Focal changes of chronic pancreatitis and duct-arteriovenous relationships: avoiding a diagnostic pitfall.


A prior study of pancreatic duct-arteriovenous relationships suggested that finding ducts near muscularized blood vessels without intervening pancreatic acini indicated adenocarcinoma was present. Because focal changes of chronic pancreatitis are often seen at autopsy, it seemed reasonable to use the autopsy to test the hypothesis that this finding might be… (More)


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