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Figure 2 :Postdiuretic delayed FDG-PET/CT acquisition in the same patient as in Figure 1. Coronal (a), sagittal (b) and axial (c) plain CT scan images reveal focal bladder wall thickening posteroinferiorly (arrows). Coronal (d), sagittal (e) and axial (f) fused PET/CT images reveal adequate tracer washout from the bladder. A focal area of hypermetabolism is noted in the thickened posteroinferior wall of the bladder (arrows), indicating active disease (recurrent cancer). Cystoscopic biopsy confi rmed recurrence

Figure 2 :Postdiuretic delayed FDG-PET/CT acquisition in the same patient as in Figure 1. Coronal (a), sagittal (b) and axial (c) plain CT scan images reveal focal bladder wall thickening posteroinferiorly (arrows). Coronal (d), sagittal (e) and axial (f) fused PET/CT images reveal adequate tracer washout from the bladder. A focal area of hypermetabolism is noted in the thickened posteroinferior wall of the bladder (arrows), indicating active disease (recurrent cancer). Cystoscopic biopsy confi rmed recurrence