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Figure 2: Maximum-intensity projection image showing fluorodeoxyglucose avid lesions in the right lateral chest wall left chest wall region anteriorly (a, arrows). Corresponding axial computed tomography (b) and fused (positron emission tomography–computed tomography) images (c) at the level of breast lesion showing a fluorodeoxyglucose avid well-defined soft-tissue density nodular lesion in the left breast upper inner quadrant (arrow). Coronal images of the computed tomography (d) and fused positron emission tomography–computed tomography (e) at the level of right lateral chest wall lesion showing increased fluorodeoxyglucose uptake along the surgical scar (arrow), postoperative and postradiotherapy changes in the right lower thoracic cavity (arrow heads)

Figure 2: Maximum-intensity projection image showing fluorodeoxyglucose avid lesions in the right lateral chest wall left chest wall region anteriorly (a, arrows). Corresponding axial computed tomography (b) and fused (positron emission tomography–computed tomography) images (c) at the level of breast lesion showing a fluorodeoxyglucose avid well-defined soft-tissue density nodular lesion in the left breast upper inner quadrant (arrow). Coronal images of the computed tomography (d) and fused positron emission tomography–computed tomography (e) at the level of right lateral chest wall lesion showing increased fluorodeoxyglucose uptake along the surgical scar (arrow), postoperative and postradiotherapy changes in the right lower thoracic cavity (arrow heads)