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Figure 4b

Figure 4b. From: False-Negative Bone Scan and Choline Pet/Ct Study in a Case of Prostate Cancer: The Pitfall of the Small Cell Prostate Carcinoma Variant.

Immunoperoxidase stain of the same group of cells showing positive reaction with synaptophysin (×40)

Ammad Al-Tamimi, et al. World J Nucl Med. 2012 May-Aug;11(2):75-78.
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Figure 4a

Figure 4a. From: False-Negative Bone Scan and Choline Pet/Ct Study in a Case of Prostate Cancer: The Pitfall of the Small Cell Prostate Carcinoma Variant.

H and E stain. Curetting from bone marrow, showing a small group of tumor cells. Tumor cells are small with hyperchromatic nuclei and scanty fragile cytoplasm (×40)

Ammad Al-Tamimi, et al. World J Nucl Med. 2012 May-Aug;11(2):75-78.
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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: False-Negative Bone Scan and Choline Pet/Ct Study in a Case of Prostate Cancer: The Pitfall of the Small Cell Prostate Carcinoma Variant.

Axial T1- and T2-weighted MRI of the pelvis reveals multiple discrete hypointense lesions scattered in the bony pelvis (red arrows), suspicious for metastatic deposits

Ammad Al-Tamimi, et al. World J Nucl Med. 2012 May-Aug;11(2):75-78.
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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: False-Negative Bone Scan and Choline Pet/Ct Study in a Case of Prostate Cancer: The Pitfall of the Small Cell Prostate Carcinoma Variant.

(a) Axial fused (upper) and unfused (lower) FCH PET/ CT of the pelvis shows heterogeneously increased choline uptake in the prostate (white arrow). (b) Coronal whole-body PET shows essentially homogeneous tracer uptake in the axial skeleton with no abnormal tracer focus detected

Ammad Al-Tamimi, et al. World J Nucl Med. 2012 May-Aug;11(2):75-78.
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Figure 3

Figure 3. From: False-Negative Bone Scan and Choline Pet/Ct Study in a Case of Prostate Cancer: The Pitfall of the Small Cell Prostate Carcinoma Variant.

(a) Coronal Tc99m-MDP anterior and posterior wholebody views show essentially symmetrical and homogeneous tracer uptake. No focal osteoblastic lesions were detected. (b) Axial fused SPECT/CT sections of the pelvis show no abnormal tracer focus or CT bone changes for corresponding lesions seen on the MRI pelvis depicted in Figure 1

Ammad Al-Tamimi, et al. World J Nucl Med. 2012 May-Aug;11(2):75-78.

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