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Fig. 4 | Cancer Imaging

Fig. 4

From: How We Read Oncologic FDG PET/CT

Fig. 4

Patient with diffuse large B cell lymphoma. On the standard windowing, no abnormality is readily identified in the brain (a coronal & axial slice, b MIP image). By increasing the upper SUV threshold, abnormal uptake becomes readily becomes visible (c MIP image, d coronal & axial slice). This corresponded to a MRI abnormality which was not reported prospectively but identified following targeted review after the PET scan. Changing the PET window so that abnormalities can be identified above physiologic brain activity should be a routine component of image review

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