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Distinction of PDAC from distal bile duct carcinoma involving the pancreas may be even more problematic than distinguishing ampullary tumors because of their intrapancreatic location and identical pancreatobiliary-type morphology and immunophenotype.
Otherwise, we are hesitant to make a diagnosis of distal bile duct carcinoma, regardless of the extent of bile duct involvement.
The regional nodes for distal bile duct carcinomas are the same as those for carcinomas of the pancreatic head and include the following: lymph nodes along the common bile duct, hepatic artery, and celiac trunk; posterior and anterior pancreaticoduodenal nodes; and nodes along the superior mesenteric vein and the right lateral wall of the superior mesenteric artery.
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