Solitary pancreatic tuberculous abscess mimicking pancreatic cystadenocarcinoma: a case report


BACKGROUND The incidence of pancreatic tuberculosis is extremely rare, and it frequently misdiagnosed as pancreatic neoplasms. The nonsurgical diagnosis of this entity continues to be a challenge. CASE PRESENTATION A 33 year old male with six-month history of intermittent right epigastric vague pain and weight lost had found a solitary pancreatic cystic… (More)


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