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Case 12.16 

Case 12.16
Case 12.16

Christine U. Lee

, and James F. Glockner

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date: 29 September 2020

61-year-old man with an elevated PSA on routine physical examination

Axial (Figure 12.16.1) and sagittal (Figure 12.16.2) T2-weighted FRFSE images obtained with an endorectal coil demonstrate marked enlargement of the central gland of the prostate, which contains numerous heterogeneous nodules of variable signal intensity. The peripheral zone is compressed and difficult to visualize on the axial images, but it can be seen as a thin lip of tissue projecting along the posterior margin of the prostate on the sagittal image....

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