Study: Pancreatic "incidentalomas" often malignant

09/23/2009 | Medscape (free registration)

Cancer researchers said many asymptomatic lesions incidentally detected in the pancreas are malignant or premalignant. They said newer technology is making discovery of these so-called incidentalomas more common, but clinicians hesitate to refer patients for pancreatic surgery because of its relatively high morbidity and mortality rates.

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