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Figure 1: (a) Maximum intensity projection image shows extensive abnormal tracer uptake in the axial and visualized appendicular skeletal system (red arrows), abnormal tracer in the uptake in the left upper abdomen (blue arrow), and central abdominal region (green arrow). (b) Coronal fused image showing pancreatic lesion (blue arrow), multiple discrete and conglomerated retroperitoneal lymph nodes (green arrow), and skeletal lesions (red arrow). (c and d) Axial images show cervical and mediastinal lymph nodes (green arrow). (e and f) Fused axial image showing mass lesion in the tail of the pancreas (blue arrow) and abdominal-retroperitoneal lymph nodes (green arrow). (g) Fused axial image showing abdominal-retroperitoneal lymph nodes (green arrow). (c-h) Extensive lytic sclerotic skeletal lesions are noted in the visualized bones (red arrow)

Figure 1: (a) Maximum intensity projection image shows extensive abnormal tracer uptake in the axial and visualized appendicular skeletal system (red arrows), abnormal tracer in the uptake in the left upper abdomen (blue arrow), and central abdominal region (green arrow). (b) Coronal fused image showing pancreatic lesion (blue arrow), multiple discrete and conglomerated retroperitoneal lymph nodes (green arrow), and skeletal lesions (red arrow). (c and d) Axial images show cervical and mediastinal lymph nodes (green arrow). (e and f) Fused axial image showing mass lesion in the tail of the pancreas (blue arrow) and abdominal-retroperitoneal lymph nodes (green arrow). (g) Fused axial image showing abdominal-retroperitoneal lymph nodes (green arrow). (c-h) Extensive lytic sclerotic skeletal lesions are noted in the visualized bones (red arrow)