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Figure 2: Early static images (a, anterior; b, posterior; c, right lateral; d, left lateral) and delayed static images at 24 h (e, anterior; f, posterior) show intense area of radiotracer activity (greater than equal in intensity to the stomach activity) in the region of the distal small intestine predominantly right side (arrows). Also noted faint focus of radiotracer uptake in the right lower thoracic region, paravertebral in location that is more obvious in the early posterior and lateral views (b, c, d; dotted arrows) as well as in the delayed 24 h images (e, f; dotted arrows)

Figure 2: Early static images (a, anterior; b, posterior; c, right lateral; d, left lateral) and delayed static images at 24 h (e, anterior; f, posterior) show intense area of radiotracer activity (greater than equal in intensity to the stomach activity) in the region of the distal small intestine predominantly right side (arrows). Also noted faint focus of radiotracer uptake in the right lower thoracic region, paravertebral in location that is more obvious in the early posterior and lateral views (b, c, d; dotted arrows) as well as in the delayed 24 h images (e, f; dotted arrows)