• Etiology: pancreatic neoplasm
  • Imaging: large, solitary, cystic and solid mass with enhancing septae, usually in pancreatic head
  • Complications: metastases to liver and lymph nodes
  • Clinical: most common pancreatic neoplasm of childhood

Radiology Cases of Pancreatoblastoma

US of pancreatoblastoma
Transverse US of the abdomen shows a large solid mass in the pancreatic head encasing the hypoechoic portal-mesentero venous junction in the center of the image.