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Figure 1: Positron emission tomography-contrast enhanced computed tomography (PET-CECT) in 51-year-old lady with right cervical adenopathy of the squamous origin. (a) Transaxial fused PET-computed tomography (CT) section showing fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) avid enlarged right cervical lymph nodes, (b) sagittal view of maximum projection intensity image showing focus of increased FDG uptake in nasopharynx suggestive of probable primary tumor (arrow), (c and d) transaxial fused PET-CT and FDG PET sections (arrow) showing increased FDG uptake in right side of nasopharynx, (e) transaxial CT image showing no corresponding abnormality in nasopharynx. Biopsy from the right side of nasopharynx-primary squamous cell carcinoma

Figure 1: Positron emission tomography-contrast enhanced computed tomography (PET-CECT) in 51-year-old lady with right cervical adenopathy of the squamous origin. (a) Transaxial fused PET-computed tomography (CT) section showing fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) avid enlarged right cervical lymph nodes, (b) sagittal view of maximum projection intensity image showing focus of increased FDG uptake in nasopharynx suggestive of probable primary tumor (arrow), (c and d) transaxial fused PET-CT and FDG PET sections (arrow) showing increased FDG uptake in right side of nasopharynx, (e) transaxial CT image showing no corresponding abnormality in nasopharynx. Biopsy from the right side of nasopharynx-primary squamous cell carcinoma