There is a large lobulated cystic mass at the pancreatic head measuring approximately 4.8 x 2.6 x 3.6 cm (L x AP x T), showing thin walls without signs of nodular components. In its inferior aspect, the lesion communicates with the main pancreatic duct, which is shown homogenously dilated, measuring up to 4 mm in calibre. The distal common biliary duct is pushed by the pancreatic lesion, but its calibre is preserved. A few small cysts measuring less than 4 mm are identified scattered through the remainder of the pancreas, likely representing small side branches IPMNs. The biliary tree is otherwise unremarkable, the gallbladder is normal. The liver, adrenal glands, spleen, and kidneys have unremarkable appearances for this protocol. No lymphadenopathy.