International Journal of Gastrointestinal Intervention : eISSN 2636-0004 / pISSN 2636-0012

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Fig. 5. A 37-year-old man with chronic pancreatitis presented with upper gastrointestinal bleeding. (A) Non-enhanced computed tomography (CT) scan found multiple pancreatic calcifications (arrowheads) with a large hyperdense mass at the tail of the pancreas (arrow). (B) Arterial-phase CT scan showed large pseudoaneurysm (arrow) originating from the distal transverse pancreatic artery (arrowhead). (C) Superior mesenteric artery angiogram found a prominent size of transverse pancreatic artery and pseudoaneurysm (arrowhead) at the distal part, causing hemosuccus pancreaticus.
Gastrointestinal Intervention 2018;7:142~149
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