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Figure 6: Intrathoracic lymph node TB. (A) CT of the chest (mediastinal window), FDG-PET ( B ) showing left-sided hilar lymphadenopathy (arrow). (C) PET-CT image of the same patient showing increased uptake in the lesion (arrow). ( D,E,F, upper panel). Nonspecific aortoarteritis. PET-CT images showing increased uptake (arrows) at the time of initial presentation. ( G,H,I lower panel) The post-treatment images of the same patient shows significant decrease in the uptake suggestive of resolution of lesions with treatment. Kind courtesy: Dr TC Kalawat, Department of Nuclear Medicine, Sri Venkateswara Institute of Medical Sciences, Tirupati (Figures 6 A-C and Drs. Arun Malhotra, Rakesh Kumar, Department of Nuclear Medicine, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi (Figures 6D-I)

Figure 6: Intrathoracic lymph node TB. <b>(A)</b> CT of the chest (mediastinal window), FDG-PET ( <b>B</b> ) showing left-sided hilar lymphadenopathy (arrow). <b>(C)</b> PET-CT image of the same patient showing increased uptake in the lesion (arrow). ( <b>D,E,F,</b> upper panel). Nonspecific aortoarteritis. PET-CT images showing increased uptake (arrows) at the time of initial presentation. ( <b>G,H,I</b> lower panel) The post-treatment images of the same patient shows significant decrease in the uptake suggestive of resolution of lesions with treatment.
<i>Kind courtesy</i>: Dr TC Kalawat, Department of Nuclear Medicine, Sri Venkateswara Institute of Medical Sciences, Tirupati (Figures 6 A-C and Drs. Arun Malhotra, Rakesh Kumar, Department of Nuclear Medicine, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi (Figures 6D-I)