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Gastroenterology


Answer 4
  1. Pancreatic pseudocyst. The patient most likely has a pancreatic pseudocyst as a sequela of his episode of acute pancreatitis. Ampullary cancers typically present as solid, not cystic, lesions. A duodenal duplication cyst is possible but would unlikely be this large. The patient’s male sex and age, respectively, make a serous cystadenoma and pancreatic cancer less likely possibilities.

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