Case Report

An Unusual Cervical Tumor as Presentation of a Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

Figure 1

3D VISTA T2-weighted sagittal MRI images of the pelvis. Images show a locally invasive tumor, with heterogeneous rather high intensity signal, most likely originating from the cervix with transmural invasion of the uterus. Invasion into the anterior part of the vagina, bladder, lumbosacral plexus, sacrum, and mesorectum. (The vagina, low/dark signal, was filled with a mixture of barium and gel at the start of the MRI examination for accurate evaluation of vaginal wall.)