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Figure 6 (A-F): CT findings in chronic pancreatitis: Non-contrast CT (A) shows extensive pancreatic calcifications (arrows). CT scan in another patient (B) shows pancreatic atrophy (arrow) and a small cystic area (short arrow). Pancreatic duct irregularity and varying degrees of dilatation is shown in C to E (arrow). A large pseudocyst is also seen in d. An intraductal calculus (arrow) with pancreatic head mass is seen in another patient (F)

Figure 6 (A-F): CT findings in chronic pancreatitis: Non-contrast CT (A) shows extensive pancreatic calcifications (arrows). CT scan in another patient (B) shows pancreatic atrophy (arrow) and a small cystic area (short arrow). Pancreatic duct irregularity and varying degrees of dilatation is shown in C to E (arrow). A large pseudocyst is also seen in d. An intraductal calculus (arrow) with pancreatic head mass is seen in another patient (F)