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Fig. 1 | Surgical Case Reports

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From: Metachronous rectal metastasis from pulmonary adenocarcinoma after 11 years of chemo-, immuno-, and radiotherapy for recurrent lesions: a case report

Fig. 1

Images obtained over the clinical course. Chest computed tomography leading up to the initial diagnosis of primary pulmonary adenocarcinoma revealed a 2-cm nodule in the left lower lung lobe, as seen in the a lung window image and b mediastinal window image. Positron emission tomography leading to the diagnosis of rectal metastasis showed an accumulation of 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose in the upper rectum (arrow) and right iliac bone (arrowhead), as seen in c the whole body image and d horizontal section. Colonoscopy revealed e an intramural rectal mass with central ulceration

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