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Large lump abdomen

A male aged 45 years who had an episode of acute onset pain abdomen 1 month back which subsided after 10 days of analgesic intake Chief Complaints Gradually enlarging lump abdomen Vomiting (on/off) Poor oral intake Physical Examination Large lump extending from Epigastrium to Left iliac region, firm, non tender

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History of abdominal pain of sudden onset with large lump in abdomen suggest acute Pancreatic with psedocyst formation CT abdomen is suggestive of pseudocyst of pancreas. With short history wait for three months till cyst wall thickness reaches up to 6mm . Patient will need cyst gastrostomy Endoscopic/ laparoscopic or open surgery.

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Swelling located in epigastrium is huge in size a/w pain vomiting suggestive of PSUEDO PANCREATIC CYST Adv sr amylase and lipase Surgical intervention

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Spleenomegaly with pseudocyst pancreatitis Surgical intervention and histopathology Endoscopy to rule out any other involvement

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History of abdominal pain of sudden onset with large lump in abdomen suggest acute Pancreatic with psedocyst formation CT abdomen is suggestive of pseudocyst of pancreas. With short history wait for three months till cyst wall thickness reaches up to 6mm . Patient will need cyst gastrostomy Endoscopic/ laparoscopic or open surgery.

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Pseudo pancreatic Cyst. Check S.Amylase P & Amylase S ratio. Surgical intervention is a must .

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Pseudo pancreatic cyst Advised Surgery Ref to surgeon

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Looks like psudocyst of pancreas,need to rule out pancreatic cystic neoplasm Any help/o alcohol intake?

Pancreas related swelling? Rule out malignancy also?
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Panctratic pseudocyst

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Seems like pseudo pancreatic cyst... further investigation to confirm this diagnosis should be done including sr amylase and lipase levels

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its a pancreatic pseudocyst

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