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Figure 2: Endoscopic retrograde pancreatography revealing suspicious contrast leakage from the tail of the pancreatic duct (a, white arrows). Percutaneous drainage is performed with a retroperitoneal approach (b, white arrowheads). The fluid is chocolate colored (c). Computed tomography scan showing almost the disappearance of the fluid (d and e)

Figure 2: Endoscopic retrograde pancreatography revealing suspicious contrast leakage from the tail of the pancreatic duct (a, white arrows). Percutaneous drainage is performed with a retroperitoneal approach (b, white arrowheads). The fluid is chocolate colored (c). Computed tomography scan showing almost the disappearance of the fluid (d and e)