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Figure 2: EUS showing two solid masses (arrows) separated by atrophic pancreatic parenchyma (arrowhead) (a), EUS-guided fine-needle aspiration biopsies of the mass in the pancreatic body using a 22-gauge needle (b) and pancreatic tail using a 25-gauge needle, (c) histologic images with hematoxylin and eosin staining showing similar cell nests consisting of adenocarcinomatous cells with hyperchromatic enlarged eccentric nuclei varying in size and amphophilic mucinous cytoplasm in the masses both in the pancreatic body (d) and pancreatic tail (e), respectively (×400)

Figure 2: EUS showing two solid masses (arrows) separated by atrophic pancreatic parenchyma (arrowhead) (a), EUS-guided fine-needle aspiration biopsies of the mass in the pancreatic body using a 22-gauge needle (b) and pancreatic tail using a 25-gauge needle, (c) histologic images with hematoxylin and eosin staining showing similar cell nests consisting of adenocarcinomatous cells with hyperchromatic enlarged eccentric nuclei varying in size and amphophilic mucinous cytoplasm in the masses both in the pancreatic body (d) and pancreatic tail (e), respectively (×400)