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From: Combination of anti-PD-1 therapy and stereotactic radiosurgery for a gastric cancer patient with brain metastasis: a case report

Fig. 1

a. A contrast-enhanced abdominal computed tomography (CT) image shows enhancing gastric cancer (arrows) of the gastric body and conglomerate metastatic lymphadenopathies (arrowheads) along the left gastric chain. b. A follow-up contrast-enhanced abdominal CT image demonstrates aggravated gastric cancer of the gastric body (arrows), multiple metastatic lymphadenopathies (arrowheads) in the gastrohepatic space, a hepatic metastasis (asterisk), and left adrenal metastases (curved arrow). c. A follow-up contrast-enhanced abdominal CT image after anti-PD-1 therapy shows improving gastric cancer (arrows) of a swollen gastric body and markedly decreased metastatic lymphadenopathies (arrowhead). Note the resolution of the previous metastases in the left adrenal gland (curved arrow)

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