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Figure 2: MRI/DWIBS maximum intensity projection images (left, a -initial presentation to us, same as image in Figure 1a; right, b after treatment at our institution). When the patient initially presented to us, there were multiple foci on DWIBS. This was concordant with laboratory and clinical parameters at that time for active myelomatous bone disease. These foci remained stable and/or decreased in intensity after treatment without new foci seen (b). This was concordant with concurrent clinical and laboratory parameters (It has been shown that foci do not immediately resolve on MRI after treatment)

Figure 2: MRI/DWIBS maximum intensity projection images (left, a -initial presentation to us, same as image in Figure 1a; right, b after treatment at our institution). When the patient initially presented to us, there were multiple foci on DWIBS. This was concordant with laboratory and clinical parameters at that time for active myelomatous bone disease. These foci remained stable and/or decreased in intensity after treatment without new foci seen (b). This was concordant with concurrent clinical and laboratory parameters (It has been shown that foci do not immediately resolve on MRI after treatment)