Figure 2

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Figure 2 – a) Axial computed tomographic (CT) image showing a central tumour (arrow) in the left lung with a post- stenotic atelectasis (collapse) of the left upper lobe. b) The integrated positron emission tomography/CT image shows a hot spot (red) located on the central tumour (arrow), allowing discrimination between tumour and post-stenotic atelectasis. Reproduced from De Wever et al., 2011.

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