Alcohol-induced chronic pancreatitis.
A 54-year male with a 20-year history of alcohol abuse presented with jaundice. Abdominal ultrasonography revealed a dilated biliary tree. ERCP confirmed this finding and also showed a 'rat's tail' type stricture in the distal common bile duct. Then main pancreatic duct is distended with side radical changes consistent with alcoholic chronic pancreatitis.
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