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Figure 2: The transverse views of nonenhanced (a) and contrast-enhanced (b) computed tomography scan confirm the location of the mass (arrowheads) behind the pancreas (p) and left lateral to the abdominal aorta (AA). The mass is composed of an enhancing solid part peripherally and a nonenhancing cystic part centrally (open star). The mass is very close to the left adrenal gland (arrow) and the fat plane between them is not clearly visible. Note that some areas with poor contrast enhancement in the left renal parenchyma (stars) are consistent with acute pyelonephritis, which is not obvious on the sonogram. L, liver; LK, left kidney

Figure 2: The transverse views of nonenhanced (a) and contrast-enhanced (b) computed tomography scan confirm the location of the mass (arrowheads) behind the pancreas (p) and left lateral to the abdominal aorta (AA). The mass is composed of an enhancing solid part peripherally and a nonenhancing cystic part centrally (open star). The mass is very close to the left adrenal gland (arrow) and the fat plane between them is not clearly visible. Note that some areas with poor contrast enhancement in the left renal parenchyma (stars) are consistent with acute pyelonephritis, which is not obvious on the sonogram. L, liver; LK, left kidney