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Click 52 year old male with pancreatic arteriovenous malformation. Abdominal computed tomography , portal venous phase axial images show uniform pancreatic enhancement. The arteries of the vascular malformation are not visible. (Protocol: kVp-140, mA-376, slice thickness 2.5 mm, iohexol 300 mgi/ml, 100 ml)

Click 52 year old male with pancreatic arteriovenous malformation. Upper abdominal computed tomography, axial early arterial phase images show multiple irregular pancreatic body and tail arteries. (Protocol: kVp-140, mA-376, slice thickness 2.5 mm, iohexol 300 mgi/ml, 100 ml)

Click 52 year old male with pancreatic arteriovenous malformation. Abdominal computed tomography , noncontrast enhanced axial images. The arteries of the vascular malformation are not visible. (Protocol: kVp-140, mA-376, slice thickness 5.0 mm)

Click 52 year old male with pancreatic arteriovenous malformation. Selective celiac artery injection shows a large hypervascular mass of the body and tail of the pancreas. Blood supply is predominantly from dorsal and transverse pancreatic as well as pancreata magna arteries. Immediate shunting to the portal vein is identified. (Iohexol 300 mgi/ml)

Click 52 year old male with pancreatic arteriovenous malformation. Frontal projection superselective splenic artery injection early arterial phase shows multiple feeding arteries to the pancreatic lesion with immediate opacification of the portal vein. (Iohexol 300 mgi/ml)

Click 52 year old male with pancreatic arteriovenous malformation. Superior mesenteric artery injection showed supply to the vascular lesion from the middle colic artery. Again, the large cluster of relatively smooth blood vessels in the body and tail of the pancreas is identified. Early drainage into the portal vein is shown. (Iohexol 300 mgi/ml)