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Figure 3: Skeletal metastases: Postexternal beam radiotherapy and adjuvant androgen deprivation therapy presented with prostate-specific antigen of 5.5 ng/ml. Maximum intensity projection images (a) show focal increased uptake in thorax, abdomen, and pelvis. The fused axial images reveal uptake in thoracic vertebrae (arrow) (b) and subcentimeter-sized retroperitoneal nodes (c). (Note: Increased tracer uptake noted in liver (block arrow) actually corresponds to gall bladder (d and e), and is not pathological but a physiological variant)

Figure 3: Skeletal metastases: Postexternal beam radiotherapy and adjuvant androgen deprivation therapy presented with prostate-specific antigen of 5.5 ng/ml. Maximum intensity projection images (a) show focal increased uptake in thorax, abdomen, and pelvis. The fused axial images reveal uptake in thoracic vertebrae (arrow) (b) and subcentimeter-sized retroperitoneal nodes (c). (Note: Increased tracer uptake noted in liver (block arrow) actually corresponds to gall bladder (d and e), and is not pathological but a physiological variant)