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Figure 13 (A-D): Malignant Ulcer in palate in an operated carcinoma of central Arch Alveolus. (A) sagittal T1WFS images with open mouth shows a normal mucosa on left side of hard and soft palate (circle). (B) Sagittal and (C) coronal post-contrast T1FS show irregular enhancing lesion involving posterior aspect of hard palate and junction of soft palate, also involving adjacent right upper alveolar mucosa (arrow and asterisks) (D) shows the clinical picture of ulcerative lesion in palate

Figure 13 (A-D): Malignant Ulcer in palate in an operated carcinoma of central Arch Alveolus. (A) sagittal T1WFS images with open mouth shows a normal mucosa on left side of hard and soft palate (circle). (B) Sagittal and (C) coronal post-contrast T1FS show irregular enhancing lesion involving posterior aspect of hard palate and junction of soft palate, also involving adjacent right upper alveolar mucosa (arrow and asterisks) (D) shows the clinical picture of ulcerative lesion in palate