High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A number of terms used
to describe abnormal masses (also known as tumors) in the pancreas.
Masses can be described based on their physical characteristics, as
defined by imaging studies, as solid (consisting of solid abnormal
tissue) or cystic (cavities filled with mucus or fluid). Masses can
also further be described based on their aggressiveness usually
based on imaging and examination of their cells under the
microscope as benign (no potential for turning into cancer),
premalignant (some potential to turning into cancer) and malignant
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