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Figure 2: (A) MRI of patient A. (1) T2W sagittal. (2) ADC axial. In the ADC map, there was an area in which myometrial invasion of half or more was suspected when images were re-reviewed postoperatively. (B) MRI of patient B. (1) T2W sagittal. (2) T2W axial. Stage IA disease was suspected even when the images were re-reviewed postoperatively. (C) MRI of patient C. (1) T2W sagittal. (2) ADC axial. When re-reviewed postoperatively, the possibility of cervical invasion was also considered on the ADC. (D) MRI of patient D. (1) T2W sagittal. (2) T2W axial. Although preoperative cervical invasion was not suspected, the possibility of cervical invasion was considered when images were re-reviewed postoperatively. (E) MRI of patient E. (1) T2W sagittal. (2) T2W axial. The possibility of cervical invasion wasn't suspected even when images were re-reviewed postoperatively. MRI: Magnetic resonance imaging, T2W: T2 weighted, ADC: Apparent diffusion coefficient

Figure 2: (A) MRI of patient A. (1) T2W sagittal. (2) ADC axial. In the ADC map, there was an area in which myometrial invasion of half or more was suspected when images were re-reviewed postoperatively. (B) MRI of patient B. (1) T2W sagittal. (2) T2W axial. Stage IA disease was suspected even when the images were re-reviewed postoperatively. (C) MRI of patient C. (1) T2W sagittal. (2) ADC axial. When re-reviewed postoperatively, the possibility of cervical invasion was also considered on the ADC. (D) MRI of patient D. (1) T2W sagittal. (2) T2W axial. Although preoperative cervical invasion was not suspected, the possibility of cervical invasion was considered when images were re-reviewed postoperatively. (E) MRI of patient E. (1) T2W sagittal. (2) T2W axial. The possibility of cervical invasion wasn't suspected even when images were re-reviewed postoperatively. MRI: Magnetic resonance imaging, T2W: T2 weighted, ADC: Apparent diffusion coefficient