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Fig. 5 | Insights into Imaging

Fig. 5

From: A pictorial review of the utility of CEUS in thoracic biopsies

Fig. 5

Patient with squamous cell carcinoma. a PET-CT shows a peripherally avid lesion with no central avidity (arrow). b, c Simultaneous B mode and CEUS images as the biopsy is performed. B mode demonstrates a hypoechoic lesion (thick arrow) with the biopsy needle within the lesion (thin arrow). The contrast image (c) shows the biopsy (thin arrows) is taken from the deep area of enhancement and therefore viable tissue (thick arrow)

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