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Figure 2: A 67 years old with raised PSA (6.9 ng/ml). MRI suggestive of T2 hypointense area (white arrow (a)) showing restricted diffusion seen as dark signal on ADC map-PIRADS 5 (white arrow head (b), ADC: 0.707 × 10–3 mm2/s). Fused PSMA-PET/MR images shows no increased uptake in the right peripheral zone (thin white arrow (c), SUVmax-3.25, SUVmax/ADC 4.59 × 10−3). TRUS-guided biopsy from the right lobe suggestive of dense lymphocytes around the glands with no atypical cells-suggestive of chronic prostatitis (d). SUVmax: Maximum standardized uptake value, ADC: Apparent diffusion coefficient, PSA: Prostate specific antigen, MR: Magnetic resonance, MRI: MR imaging, PIRADS 5: Prostate imaging and reporting data system, PSMA: Prostate-specific membrane antigen, PET: Positron emission tomography, TRUS: Transrectal ultrasound guided

Figure 2: A 67 years old with raised PSA (6.9 ng/ml). MRI suggestive of T2 hypointense area (white arrow (a)) showing restricted diffusion seen as dark signal on ADC map-PIRADS 5 (white arrow head (b), ADC: 0.707 × 10<sup>–3</sup> mm<sup>2</sup>/s). Fused PSMA-PET/MR images shows no increased uptake in the right peripheral zone (thin white arrow (c), SUV<sub>max</sub>-3.25, SUV<sub>max</sub>/ADC 4.59 × 10<sup>−3</sup>). TRUS-guided biopsy from the right lobe suggestive of dense lymphocytes around the glands with no atypical cells-suggestive of chronic prostatitis (d). SUV<sub>max</sub>: Maximum standardized uptake value, ADC: Apparent diffusion coefficient, PSA: Prostate specific antigen, MR: Magnetic resonance, MRI: MR imaging, PIRADS 5: Prostate imaging and reporting data system, PSMA: Prostate-specific membrane antigen, PET: Positron emission tomography, TRUS: Transrectal ultrasound guided