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Prominent tail of the pancreas

Premium Questions

doctor1 MD

I had a CXR done about 2 years ago and part of the information said that either the head or the tail of my pancreas was a little enlarged. Should I be concerned? ...

doctor1 MD

I have been diagnosed with pancreas cysts what can be done one at the tail 4mm and two within at 7mm each lots of pain waiting to do mri two months away ...

doctor1 MD

Pancreas had a diffusely coarse echotexture with mild honey combing, particularly in the head.there was 9mm cyst in the head of the pancreas and a adjacent 3mm. Both thin walled, without mural nodule ...

doctor1 MD

I had an incidental finding recently of a 1cm fluid filled cyst on the tail of my pancreas . I am awaiting MRCP and EUS. I ve been told this can be anything from a psuedocyst to premalignant neoplasm ...

doctor1 MD

My ultrasonogram report of today says : Pancreas has normal echo features. MPD is slightly prominent in the neck : 2.3 mm dia. Few echogenic specs (2.4 mm and 3mm size) seen in body of pancreas ...

Public Forum Discussions

doctor1 MD

My 66 year old male friend has been told by a radiologist to his MD that he has a lesion on the tail of his pancreas. Supposedly this was picked up during lung scans/x-rays. Us this possible and what ...

doctor1 MD

of diffuse echogenicity, hyperechoic foci, hyperechoic foci and shadowing foci were noted in the pancreas body and in the pancreatic tail. He had a severe case of acute pancreatitis a month ago & doctors ...

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Relative had the tail removed from the pancreas and spleen removed six weeks ago. Return tothe hospital with abcess draining. Temp. 103.2 WAs discharged five days after surgery. Back in to the hospital ...

doctor1 MD

I had a accident and fell on my left side and had splenectomy after having that doctors told me that they have cut my pancreas tale also was it a mistake by them can it be dangerous I am 17 year old my height ...

doctor1 MD

pause. The central duct in my pancreas is noted to be prominent at .5 cm. I researched this via google ...

doctor1 MD

work was always normal - my spleen was removed in 8/2009 and in 4/2010 when the tail of my pancreas ...Since 2009 I had my spleen removed from (there was a 6.5 cm cyst on it), I had the tail of my ...

doctor1 MD

doctor1 MD

has cut out the pancreas part that containg the tumer situated in between the tail and body of the pancreas. The biopsy report says that no node is spread in the remaining part of the pancreas that was cut ...

doctor1 MD

: Pancreatic parenchymal abnormalities were noted in the entire pancreas . These consisted of hyperechoic strands, hyperechoic foci and lobularity particularly in the head and uncinate. The body and tail had ...

doctor1 MD

with intermitently echogenic walls. No pancreas divisum. Two dilated side branches in the body and tail regions ...I have had a Endoscopic Ultrasound of the Pancreas . To find the cause of the LUQ pain of 18 months ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

it means portal vein is abit distended as it passes behind the neck of pancrease so neck pancrease is obstructing the portal vein behind it in some way making it prominent on imaging technique used. cheers

doctor1 MD

Glucophage (Metformin) does not act on pancreas. Its hypoglycemic action is mainly exerted through external glucose receptors and effect of insulin on them.

doctor1 MD

Hello. Thanks for the query, please post a little more detailed query so that we can help you. Regards