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Figure 2: Serial static views were taken at (A) 20 min, (B) 02 h, and (C) 24 h. In image (A), arrow points towards faint tracer uptake in the epigastric region. In image (B), there is linear area of increased tracer uptake noted in the thorax and the abdomen (arrow). (C) 24 h delayed images show persistent increased tracer uptake in the thorax and abdomen with tracer washout from the stomach (arrow).

Figure 2: Serial static views were taken at (A) 20 min, (B) 02 h, and (C) 24 h. In image (A), arrow points towards faint tracer uptake in the epigastric region. In image (B), there is linear area of increased tracer uptake noted in the thorax and the abdomen (arrow). (C) 24 h delayed images show persistent increased tracer uptake in the thorax and abdomen with tracer washout from the stomach (arrow).