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Figure 2: Nodal recurrence: Postexternal beam radiotherapy, the patient presented with serum prostate-specific antigen of 4 ng/ml. Whole body maximum intensity projection (a) image shows multiple focal tracer uptake in mediastinum, abdomen, and pelvis. Axial fusion images (c and e) show intense uptake in subcentimeter-sized retroperitoneal (block arrow) and mediastinal nodes (arrow), respectively. The size of all these nodes was not abnormal in CT (b and d). Patients were subsequently started on androgen deprivation therapy but progressed to castrate resistant disease

Figure 2: Nodal recurrence: Postexternal beam radiotherapy, the patient presented with serum prostate-specific antigen of 4 ng/ml. Whole body maximum intensity projection (a) image shows multiple focal tracer uptake in mediastinum, abdomen, and pelvis. Axial fusion images (c and e) show intense uptake in subcentimeter-sized retroperitoneal (block arrow) and mediastinal nodes (arrow), respectively. The size of all these nodes was not abnormal in CT (b and d). Patients were subsequently started on androgen deprivation therapy but progressed to castrate resistant disease