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Fig. 1 | Chinese Journal of Cancer

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From: A model to predict the risk of lethal nasopharyngeal necrosis after re-irradiation with intensity-modulated radiotherapy in nasopharyngeal carcinoma patients

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Magnetic resonance imaging of nasopharyngeal necrosis. a Coronal, contrast-enhanced, T1-weighted image shows non-enhanced soft tissues (like a hole) mixed with tiny air bubbles in the left nasopharyngeal lateral recess (arrow). b Transverse, contrast-enhanced, T1-weighted image shows the necrotic extent in the nasopharyngeal posterior wall (arrow). c Sagittal, contrast-enhanced, T1-weighted image shows an obvious defect in the left nasopharyngeal lateral recess (arrow)

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