Jejunal heterotopic pancreas is an uncommon entity and is generally picked up incidentally on autopsy or imaging. They are solitary, submucosal lesions that follow the morphology of the normal pancreatic parenchyma unless complicated. Contrast CT and MRI show characteristic findings that can be used for diagnosis. This case illustrates the classical features of jejunal heterotopic pancreas with surgical and pathological correlation.
Published on: September 23, 2022
Citation: Patil AR, Nandikoor S, Bhat R, kumar SS. 2022. Radiological, Surgical, and Pathological Correlation in Jejunal Heterotopic Pancreas: Follow the Signature. J Med Imaging Case Rep 6(2): 43-47.