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Figure 9: 68Ga-Pentixafor positron emission tomography/computed tomography transaxial images showing accumulation of Ga-68 Pentixafor in normal organs (a) brain (b) nasopharynx (c) thyroid (d) aortic arch (e) lungs (f) myocardium (g) stomach, liver and spleen (h) pancreas (i) adrenals (j) kidneys (k) L1 vertebra (l) cecum (m) urinary bladder (n) gluteal muscle (o) femur. The SUVmean and SUVmax values of the tracer on the transaxial images over these regions were computed and reflected the normal physiological uptake pattern of the tracer

Figure 9: <sup>68</sup>Ga-Pentixafor positron emission tomography/computed tomography transaxial images showing accumulation of Ga-68 Pentixafor in normal organs (a) brain (b) nasopharynx (c) thyroid (d) aortic arch (e) lungs (f) myocardium (g) stomach, liver and spleen (h) pancreas (i) adrenals (j) kidneys (k) L1 vertebra (l) cecum (m) urinary bladder (n) gluteal muscle (o) femur. The SUV<sub>mean</sub> and SUV<sub>max</sub> values of the tracer on the transaxial images over these regions were computed and reflected the normal physiological uptake pattern of the tracer