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Figure 1: (a) Heterogeneously enhanced low-attenuation lesion accompanied by focal pancreatic ductal dilatation is observed at the pancreatic body in contrast-enhanced abdomen-pelvis CT (b) MRI of the pancreas showed a mass with T2-weighted higher signal intensity than the liver parenchyma accompanied by diffusion restriction (c) EUS showed an approximately 24-mm-sized, well-defined hypoechoic, and heterogeneous mass in the pancreatic body. The margins were clear, and a more hyperechoic rim than the echo level of the center was noted around the mass (d) EUS-FNA and EUS-FNAB was performed targeting the lesion (e) PET-CT showed strong FDG uptake at the pancreatic body, and multiple osteolytic lesions in the left clavicle, the left sternoclavicular junction, sternum, and the left posterior orbital wall

Figure 1: (a) Heterogeneously enhanced low-attenuation lesion accompanied by focal pancreatic ductal dilatation is observed at the pancreatic body in contrast-enhanced abdomen-pelvis CT (b) MRI of the pancreas showed a mass with T2-weighted higher signal intensity than the liver parenchyma accompanied by diffusion restriction (c) EUS showed an approximately 24-mm-sized, well-defined hypoechoic, and heterogeneous mass in the pancreatic body. The margins were clear, and a more hyperechoic rim than the echo level of the center was noted around the mass (d) EUS-FNA and EUS-FNAB was performed targeting the lesion (e) PET-CT showed strong FDG uptake at the pancreatic body, and multiple osteolytic lesions in the left clavicle, the left sternoclavicular junction, sternum, and the left posterior orbital wall