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Fig. 5 | Insights into Imaging

Fig. 5

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

Fig. 5

Prostate abscess in a 68-year-old male with dysuria for 2 months and a serum PSA level of 9.50 ng/mL, 16.9 white blood cells/high power field in urine and 1.7 epithelial cells /high power field in urine. a, b T2- and T1-weighted imaging show a mass with high T2 signal intensity and low T1 signal intensity () in the PZ compressing the rectum. c, d The interior of the mass shows a very high signal intensity on DWI at a b-value of 800 s/mm2 and a very low signal intensity on the ADC maps (). e DCE imaging shows enhancement of the rim and separations in the middle (arrow)

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