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A 62 year old woman presented with a one month history of increasing postprandial epigastric pain radiating through to her back. Her medical history included endoscopic sphincterotomy of the papilla with laparoscopic cholecystectomy two years earlier for biliary lithiasis. Her clinical evaluation was normal. White cell count was 14600/mm3, and liver aminotransferases, serum lipase, and amylase were all normal. A stress test and echocardiography were normal. No abnormalities were found at gastroscopy, on abdominal ultrasound, or after tomography. An endoscopic ultrasound was performed (fig 1). What does it show?
What is the differential diagnosis?
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