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Figure 1: Fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET/CT) Maximum intensity projection (MIP) image (a) showing multiple foci of abnormal tracer uptake. Transaxial thoracic CT (b) and fused PET/CT image (d) show increased FDG uptake in an irregular, heterogeneously enhancing soft-tissue mass (white arrow) in the paravertebral region in the upper lobe of the right lung with calcification within the mass. Increased FDG uptake is also seen in a peripherally enhancing ring like lesion in the trapezius (red arrow). Axial CT (c) and fused PET/CT (e) images at the level of the rectum show increased FDG uptake in a heterogeneously enhancing pre-sacral soft-tissue deposit

Figure 1: Fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET/CT) Maximum intensity projection (MIP) image (a) showing multiple foci of abnormal tracer uptake. Transaxial thoracic CT (b) and fused PET/CT image (d) show increased FDG uptake in an irregular, heterogeneously enhancing soft-tissue mass (white arrow) in the paravertebral region in the upper lobe of the right lung with calcification within the mass. Increased FDG uptake is also seen in a peripherally enhancing ring like lesion in the trapezius (red arrow). Axial CT (c) and fused PET/CT (e) images at the level of the rectum show increased FDG uptake in a heterogeneously enhancing pre-sacral soft-tissue deposit