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Figure 4: Visceral metastases: Following external beam radiotherapy, patient presented with scrotal swelling and rising prostate-specific antigen of 11.2 ng/ml. Maximum intensity projection (a) image show focal tracer uptake in liver (block arrow) and in scrotum (line arrow). Axial computed tomography (b) and fused images (c) show increased tracer uptake noted in the left testicular swelling. Images (d and e) show focal uptake in enhancing lesion in right lobe of liver. Subsequently, bilateral orchidectomy was done and the histopathology report confirmed metastatic adenocarcinoma and were positive for prostate-specific antigen in immunohistochemistry

Figure 4: Visceral metastases: Following external beam radiotherapy, patient presented with scrotal swelling and rising prostate-specific antigen of 11.2 ng/ml. Maximum intensity projection (a) image show focal tracer uptake in liver (block arrow) and in scrotum (line arrow). Axial computed tomography (b) and fused images (c) show increased tracer uptake noted in the left testicular swelling. Images (d and e) show focal uptake in enhancing lesion in right lobe of liver. Subsequently, bilateral orchidectomy was done and the histopathology report confirmed metastatic adenocarcinoma and were positive for prostate-specific antigen in immunohistochemistry