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Fig. 11 | Insights into Imaging

Fig. 11

From: Differential diagnosis of uncommon prostate diseases: combining mpMRI and clinical information

Fig. 11

Prostatic stromal sarcoma in a 41-year-old man with a normal serum PSA level of 0.784 ng/mL. a Axial T2WI shows an oval mass occupying the prostate with heterogeneous hyperintensity, an incomplete hypointense capsule and compressing the bladder (arrowhead). b, c Axial DWI and ADC maps show cystic areas occupying the majority of the mass (), but containing focal solid components with remarkably restricted diffusion (arrow). d Axial fat-suppressed T1WI shows the mass containing a slightly high signal intensity, which suggested a hemorrhagic change (arrow). (e–f) Axial DCE imaging (e) shows that the mass had diffuse but no enhancement of the cystic components (f, curve 2) accompanied by a gradual moderate enhancement restricted to the solid components (f, curve 1)

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