Case Reports in Surgery / 2020 / Article / Fig 1

Case Report

Solid Pseudopapillary Neoplasm of the Pancreas with High-Grade Malignant Transformation Involving p16-RB Pathway Alterations

Figure 1

Computed tomography (CT) images and surgical specimens. (a) Abdominal CT showing similar large solid masses with cystic components in the pancreatic tail and right hepatic lobe. (b) Macroscopic cross-section of the pancreatic tumour revealing a bulky mass (φ10 cm) that consists of a cystic component containing extensive haemorrhagic, friable necrotic debris, and a white-to-grey solid component showing lobular growth. Liver metastatic foci also show similar macroscopic findings (inset).

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