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Figure 4: (a–f) A large fungating and other smaller nodular mass lesions were seen involving the trigon and left lateral wall of the urinary bladder. Both lesions showed exophytic components invading the perivesical fat planes with restricted diffusion (arrows in images C and D). The mean apparent diffusion coefficient values of the larger and smaller lesions were 1.06×10−3 mm2/s and 1.08×10−3 mm2/s, respectively. Both lesions were pathologically proved as urothelial carcinoma (grade II).

Figure 4: (a–f) A large fungating and other smaller nodular mass lesions were seen involving the trigon and left lateral wall of the urinary bladder. Both lesions showed exophytic components invading the perivesical fat planes with restricted diffusion (arrows in images C and D). The mean apparent diffusion coefficient values of the larger and smaller lesions were 1.06×10<sup>−3</sup> mm<sup>2</sup>/s and 1.08×10<sup>−3</sup> mm<sup>2</sup>/s, respectively. Both lesions were pathologically proved as urothelial carcinoma (grade II).