Case Reports in Medicine / 2017 / Article / Fig 3

Case Report

Pancreatic Tuberculosis with Vascular Involvement and Peritoneal Dissemination in a Young Man

Figure 3

The MRI graph revealed that the head of the pancreas increased with abnormal signal, T2W1 showed a mixed signal, mainly with high signal, T1W1 showed a low signal, positive and negative phase showed no lipid component within the lesion, and DWI showed a high signal which was delayed enhancement unevenly. In addition, there were a slight dilatation of common bile duct and no dilatation of pancreatic duct. T2W1 graph (a), positive and negative phase diagrams (b-c), LAVA prescanned graph (d), LAVA graphs (e–h), delayed enhancement graph (i), and DWI graph (j).

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