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Pancreatic hydatid disease


, : Pancreatic hydatid disease. Pediatric Radiology 25 Suppl 1: S169-S170

Pancreatic hydatid disease was found in A 10-year-old Spanish boy was admitted to hospital with acute epigastric trauma caused by a cycle handlebar. Initial abdominal radiography was normal but ultrasonography revealed a 4 x 9 cm mixed echoic retrogastric mass which was later identified as a hydatid cyst. 5 months later the cyst was drained.

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