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Figure 8: (A-C): A 52-year-old man treated for CRC presented with abdominal distention and vomiting. Coronal unenhanced CT scan (A) shows multiple dilated small bowel loops (arrowhead). The coronal PET image (B) reveals discrete foci of abnormal FDG uptake in the abdominal cavity (arrows). These foci were mapped to the peritoneal surface of the small bowel (arrow) on the fusion PET / CT image (C), suggesting metastatic peritoneal implants as the cause of intestinal obstruction

Figure 8: (A-C): A 52-year-old man treated for CRC presented with abdominal distention and vomiting. Coronal unenhanced CT scan (A) shows multiple dilated small bowel loops (arrowhead). The coronal PET image (B) reveals discrete foci of abnormal FDG uptake in the abdominal cavity (arrows). These foci were mapped to the peritoneal surface of the small bowel (arrow) on the fusion PET / CT image (C), suggesting metastatic peritoneal implants as the cause of intestinal obstruction