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Figure 5: [18F]-fludeoxyglucose positron-emission tomography MIP images reconstructed in time-of-flight (a) and nontime-of-flight mode (b) of a 62-year-old male patient diagnosed with lymphoma showing nearly identical lesions on both the positron-emission tomography systems. A subcentimetric axillary lymph node (<10.0-mm) seen (arrow) more distinctly on lutetium–yttrium oxyorthosilicate time-of-flight system (a) compared to nontime-of-flight counterpart (b)

Figure 5: [<sup>18</sup>F]-fludeoxyglucose positron-emission tomography MIP images reconstructed in time-of-flight (a) and nontime-of-flight mode (b) of a 62-year-old male patient diagnosed with lymphoma showing nearly identical lesions on both the positron-emission tomography systems. A subcentimetric axillary lymph node (<10.0-mm) seen (arrow) more distinctly on lutetium–yttrium oxyorthosilicate time-of-flight system (a) compared to nontime-of-flight counterpart (b)