Figrue 2.

Typical images show prostate cancer invading rectum. a. Pelvic MRI showed a circumferential thickening of the rectum, although there was no continuity between prostate and rectum; b. Pelvic MRI showed a protruding anterior rectal mass which compressed the rectal lumen and continuity between prostate and rectum; c. CT of the abdomen and pelvis showed an irregular thickening of the rectum and continuity between prostate and rectum.

Wang et al. Diagnostic Pathology 2014 9:35   doi:10.1186/1746-1596-9-35
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