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Figure 2 (A-D): A 59-year-old lady referred for a staging FDG PET/CT for gastro-esophageal (GE) junction (pt # 5) cancer. Intense focus of FDG uptake is seen on the MIP image at the site of the primary tumor (arrow head in A). Another focus of uptake (SUVmax 19.4) is seen in the abdomen on the MIP and axial PET images (arrows in A and B) corresponding to focal eccentric wall thickening of the splenic flexure seen on axial CT image (arrow in C) and on fusion image (arrow in D). Colonoscopy revealed an ulcero-proliferative lesion and pathology confirmed the diagnosis of colonic adenocarcinoma

Figure 2 (A-D): A 59-year-old lady referred for a staging FDG PET/CT for gastro-esophageal (GE) junction (pt # 5) cancer. Intense focus of FDG uptake is seen on the MIP image at the site of the primary tumor (arrow head in A). Another focus of uptake (SUVmax 19.4) is seen in the abdomen on the MIP and axial PET images (arrows in A and B) corresponding to focal eccentric wall thickening of the splenic flexure seen on axial CT image (arrow in C) and on fusion image (arrow in D). Colonoscopy revealed an ulcero-proliferative lesion and pathology confirmed the diagnosis of colonic adenocarcinoma