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From: Transplant-associated penile Kaposi sarcoma managed with single agent paclitaxel chemotherapy: a case report

Fig. 3

a PET scan at diagnosis demonstrating diffusely increased metabolism in the skin and subcutaneous tissues of the feet, lower legs and over the surface of the penis, as well as abnormally increased metabolism in the paratracheal lymph nodes (middle image, arrow). b PET scan after three months of therapy demonstrating decreased metabolism of the skin and subcutaneous tissues of the lower limbs, absence of previously identified increased metabolism in the penile shaft, and reduced but ongoing increased metabolism in the right paratracheal node (arrow)

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