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Figure 1 (A-D): A 74-year-old man treated for NHL referred for a restaging FDG PET/CT (pt # 17). Focus of intense FDG uptake (SUVmax 34.5) is seen in the abdomen on the whole body maximum intensity projection (MIP) and axial PET images (arrows in A and B). The focus of uptake seen on the MIP and the axial PET correlates with a small soft tissue density in the hepatic flexure seen on the CT image (arrow in C) and is confirmed on fusion image (arrow in D). Colonoscopy revealed a pedunculated polyp and pathology confirmed the diagnosis of an adenomatous polyp with moderate-grade dysplasia

Figure 1 (A-D): A 74-year-old man treated for NHL referred for a restaging FDG PET/CT (pt # 17). Focus of intense FDG uptake (SUVmax 34.5) is seen in the abdomen on the whole body maximum intensity projection (MIP) and axial PET images (arrows in A and B). The focus of uptake seen on the MIP and the axial PET correlates with a small soft tissue density in the hepatic flexure seen on the CT image (arrow in C) and is confirmed on fusion image (arrow in D). Colonoscopy revealed a pedunculated polyp and pathology confirmed the diagnosis of an adenomatous polyp with moderate-grade dysplasia