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* Pancreatic Endocrine Neoplasm
 
* Pancreatic Endocrine Neoplasm
 
** Include Islet cell tumor and pancreatic carcinoid tumors
 
** Include Islet cell tumor and pancreatic carcinoid tumors
** Approximately 5% of pancreatic neoplasms
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** Approximately 5 percent of pancreatic neoplasms
 
** Most commonly seen in both male and female adults between 40-60 years old but can occur at any age
 
** Most commonly seen in both male and female adults between 40-60 years old but can occur at any age
 
** Small (1-5 cm) well circumscribed lesion may look cystic on imaging
 
** Small (1-5 cm) well circumscribed lesion may look cystic on imaging

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