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Figure 12 (A-D): Type III uptake pattern (contd): The recurrent pancreatic tail lesion seen in fig 11 showed avid FDG uptake seen on MIP image of the 18 F FDG PET/CT (arrow head A) and the transaxial image (B) suggestive of dense GLUT receptor expression. A low grade FDG uptake is seen in a hepatic lesion on the FDG PET/CT study (arrow A and C) with no HYNIC TOC concentration in the liver on correlative transaxial SPECT image of the RIS (D). The metastatic lesions demonstrate altered biology, no somatostatin receptor expression but expression of GLUT receptor

Figure 12 (A-D): Type III uptake pattern (contd): The recurrent pancreatic tail lesion seen in fig 11 showed avid FDG uptake seen on MIP image of the 18 F FDG PET/CT (arrow head A) and the transaxial image (B) suggestive of dense GLUT receptor expression. A low grade FDG uptake is seen in a hepatic lesion on the FDG PET/CT study (arrow A and C) with no HYNIC TOC concentration in the liver on correlative transaxial SPECT image of the RIS (D). The metastatic lesions demonstrate altered biology, no somatostatin receptor expression but expression of GLUT receptor