Coloured MRI of female pelvis in cervical cancer

Coloured MRI of female pelvis in cervical cancer


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Cervical cancer. False-colour magnetic resonance image (MRI) of an axial section through a female pelvis, revealing cancer of the cervix. The tumour appears as the green area on this image; a vaginal tampon (red, yellow border) helps show its size & extent. The appearance of the tumour on the original black & white MRI was enhanced using an intravenous Gadolinium-based contrast agent. Also visible in the image is the bladder (oval, purple) and the hip joints (left & right, in gold). T1 Weighted S/E image. Gadolinium contrast enhancement.

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