14 July 2021>: Articles
Rare diseaseHind S. Alsaif A , Ali Hassan B* , Osamah J. Refai F , Mohammed J. Alyousef D , Amal A. Alodaini D , Ahmed A. Almarhabi D , Hanan M. Alghamdi A
Am J Case Rep 2021; 22:e931640
Figure 2. Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (A) and selected axial magnetic resonance images (B–D) demonstrating an ampullary-based mass located within the lumen of the second part of the duodenum (*). The common bile duct (arrow) and the pancreatic duct (long arrow) are normal. The mass had a moderate signal on T2-weighted image (B). Enhancement of the mass in the arterial phase (C) and washout in the venous phase (D) are seen.