Neoplasia, Diagnostic procedure, MR, CT, Pancreas
E. Ni Mhurchu1, L. Lavelle2, I. Murphy2, A. Maguire3, S. Skehan2; 1IE, 2Dublin/IE, 3Dublin 4/IE
IPMN is a relatively new diagnosis,
and the natural history of the disease is not fully understood.
Despite the increase in familiarity with this lesion,
the incidence rate and natural history of IPMN remain unknown.
an aggressive approach to the treatment of IPMN is currently practiced.
This educational exhibit describes the different types of IPMN,
illustrated with radiological and pathological examples,
and provides information on the current guidelines for surveillance and treatment of these lesions.