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Figure 4: The images where the progression was detected. (a) The diameter of the widest section of the tumor was 21 mm on the magnetic resonance images that were obtained approximately 1 year ago. (b) The widest diameter of the mass was measured to be 24 mm on the magnetic resonance image that was obtained at the time of the study. (c) The destruction that the tumor created in the sacrum was visible in the new computed tomography image

Figure 4: The images where the progression was detected. (a) The diameter of the widest section of the tumor was 21 mm on the magnetic resonance images that were obtained approximately 1 year ago. (b) The widest diameter of the mass was measured to be 24 mm on the magnetic resonance image that was obtained at the time of the study. (c) The destruction that the tumor created in the sacrum was visible in the new computed tomography image