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Figure 1: Mediastinal pancreatic pseudocyst. (a) Contrast-enhanced axial computed tomogram shows a large fluid collection in the middle mediastinum (white arrow) located posterior to the esophagus (black arrow) and aorta. Mild left pleural effusion (small white arrow) with collapsed left lower lobe is also noted. (b) Atrophied pancreas, dilated main pancreatic duct (white arrow), and a small collection in the head of the pancreas (black arrow) consistent with changes of pancreatitis

Figure 1: Mediastinal pancreatic pseudocyst. (a) Contrast-enhanced axial computed tomogram shows a large fluid collection in the middle mediastinum (white arrow) located posterior to the esophagus (black arrow) and aorta. Mild left pleural effusion (small white arrow) with collapsed left lower lobe is also noted. (b) Atrophied pancreas, dilated main pancreatic duct (white arrow), and a small collection in the head of the pancreas (black arrow) consistent with changes of pancreatitis