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From: Diagnostically challenging human papillomavirus-associated primary squamous cell carcinoma of the rectum with metastasis in both ovaries: a case report

Fig. 2

Preoperative imaging. a Computed tomography scan. b Magnetic resonance imaging axial. c Endoscopy. d Positron emission tomography scan. In computed tomography scan and magnetic resonance imaging only, primary tumor was clearly detected (red arrow). A cystic ovary was described. To exclude foreign metastasis a positron emission tomography scan was performed with an enhancement in both ovaries (yellow arrows)

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