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Figure 1: Pancreatic necrosis. CECT axial section reveals nonenhancing pancreatic parenchyma (black arrow) in the region of head as well as tail of pancreas suggestive of necrosis. Concomitant peripancreatic inflammatory changes co-exist (white arrow).

Figure 1: <b>Pancreatic necrosis.</b> CECT axial section reveals nonenhancing pancreatic parenchyma (black arrow) in the region of head as well as tail of pancreas suggestive of necrosis. Concomitant peripancreatic inflammatory changes co-exist (white arrow).