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Figure 2: Left column: Preoperative scans-left upper row shows abdominopelvic region positron emission tomography (PET) maximum intensity projection showing an abnormal focal fl uorine-18-fl uorodeoxyglucose (18F-FDG)-uptake in the remnant left lower third of ureter and in the bladder at left VUJ, left middle row non contrast computed tomography (CT) transaxial view showing bladder mass at left VUJ, left lower row fused PET/non contrast CT in transaxial view showing abnormal focal 18F-FDG-uptake in the bladder mass at left VUJ. Right column: Postoperative scans-right upper row shows abdomino-pelvic region PET maximum intensity projection showing no abnormal focal FDG uptake, middle row non contrast CT transaxial view showing no abnormal growth in the bladder and right lower row fused PET/non contrast CT in transaxial view showing no abnormal 18F-FDG-uptake in the bladder

Figure 2: Left column: Preoperative scans-left upper row shows abdominopelvic region positron emission tomography (PET) maximum intensity projection showing an abnormal focal fl uorine-18-fl uorodeoxyglucose (18F-FDG)-uptake in the remnant left lower third of ureter and in the bladder at left VUJ, left middle row non contrast computed tomography (CT) transaxial view showing bladder mass at left VUJ, left lower row fused PET/non contrast CT in transaxial view showing abnormal focal 18F-FDG-uptake in the bladder mass at left VUJ. Right column: Postoperative scans-right upper row shows abdomino-pelvic region PET maximum intensity projection showing no abnormal focal FDG uptake, middle row non contrast CT transaxial view showing no abnormal growth in the bladder and right lower row fused PET/non contrast CT in transaxial view showing no abnormal 18F-FDG-uptake in the bladder