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Figure 3 :Follow-up case of invasive carcinoma of the bladder. Standard images (a-c). Coronal plain CT scan (a) image reveals focal bladder wall thickening posteriorly (arrow). Coronal PET (b) and fused PET/CT (c) images show a high concentration of tracer in the urine-fi lled bladder cavity. No bladder wall abnormality is discernable on PET images (arrows). Postdiuretic, delayed images (d-f). Coronal plain CT scan (d) and corresponding coronal PET (e) and fused PET/CT (f) images reveal two distinct hypermetabolic foci (arrows) in the bladder wall, indicating recurrent multifocal cancer lesions

Figure 3 :Follow-up case of invasive carcinoma of the bladder. Standard images (a-c). Coronal plain CT scan (a) image reveals focal bladder wall thickening posteriorly (arrow). Coronal PET (b) and fused PET/CT (c) images show a high concentration of tracer in the urine-fi lled bladder cavity. No bladder wall abnormality is discernable on PET images (arrows). Postdiuretic, delayed images (d-f). Coronal plain CT scan (d) and
corresponding coronal PET (e) and fused PET/CT (f) images reveal two distinct hypermetabolic foci (arrows) in the bladder wall, indicating recurrent multifocal cancer lesions