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Fig. 4 | BMC Medical Imaging

Fig. 4

From: Accuracy of whole-body diffusion-weighted MRI (WB-DWI/MRI) in diagnosis, staging and follow-up of gastric cancer, in comparison to CT: a pilot study

Fig. 4

A patient with an age-range between 60 and 70 years old with a primary gastric cancer, where CT did not show any distant metastases (a, b), underwent a WB-DWI/MRI for operability assessment. Axial b1000 DWI images revealed millimetric tumor implants on the pancreatic surface (c, arrowheads). At the same time, multiple bone metastases (arrows) could be seen on the coronal b1000 DWI (d), coronal T2-weighted images (e), axial b1000 DWI (f) and post-contrast T1-weighted images (g)

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