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Fig. 3 | Cancer Imaging

Fig. 3

From: Diagnostic performance in T staging for patients with esophagogastric junction cancer using high-resolution MRI: a comparison with conventional MRI at 3 tesla

Fig. 3

A 68-year-old man with esophagogastric junction cancer was pathologically diagnosed using conventional MRI as having stage T3, Sierwert II. a The axial T2W image shows the thickening and slight hyperintensity of the cardia wall and the peripheral adipose tissue was clear. b The axial diffusion-weighted image with b = 800 s/mm2 shows hyperintensity in the cardia wall. c A thickening pattern in the cardia wall is shown on an axial T1W image. df Compared with the adjacent normal tissues, the lesion was markedly enhanced on the arterial, venous and delayed phases of enhanced T1W images

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