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A 61-year-old male asked:

Mri: pancreas shows homogeneous intrinsic high t1 signal intensity with homog. contrast enhancement without evidence of parenchymal lesion. no main ductal dilatation. there's a conventional pancreatic ductal anatomy. no fluid collection. meaning? thx

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Dr. Donald Colantino
Internal Medicine 62 years experience
MRI: This is a situation where your physician, who knows your symptoms, should go over the study with the radiologist who interpreted it. The findings appear benign, but the radiologist may suggest other studies or referral to a specialist if your physician is still concerned about your symptoms.
Last updated Sep 11, 2019


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