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Figure 1: Contrast-enhanced computed tomography scan done before and after the erlotinib treatment. (a) Represents a contrast-enhanced computed tomography scan (done prior to treatment with erlotinib) showing a 3.2 cm × 2.2 cm pelvic mass between the uterus and rectum. (b) Represents contrast-enhanced computed tomography scan (done 3 months after starting erlotinib) showing partial/almost complete response of the pelvic mass. The disease in the pancreas was stable (not shown here)

Figure 1: Contrast-enhanced computed tomography scan done before and after the erlotinib treatment. (a) Represents a contrast-enhanced computed tomography scan (done prior to treatment with erlotinib) showing a 3.2 cm × 2.2 cm pelvic mass between the uterus and rectum. (b) Represents contrast-enhanced computed tomography scan (done 3 months after starting erlotinib) showing partial/almost complete response of the pelvic mass. The disease in the pancreas was stable (not shown here)