CT imaging of the abdomen showing intussusception
(A) Initial left hand MRI, a lobulated T2 hyperintense mass has replaced the entire left third metacarpal bone and (B) left hand MRI after the fifth cycle of chemotherapy; tumor with slightly decreased transverse diameter (1.5 to 1.3 cm) with internal cystic change.
Ultrasonography (A) and mag---netic resonance image (MRI) scans of the breast (B) reveal a 4.2×2.3×2.6 cm sized oval, hete-rogeneously enhancing mass with focal irregular margins which is lo-cated at a 9 o’clock position of right breast (arrow). (C, D) Positron emission tomography-computed to--mo-graphy shows a strong F-18 fluo--rodeoxyglucose uptake (arrow). (E) MRI after two cycles of FLAG-based chemotherapy reveals complete ra-dio--logic response.