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Figure 3: (F) MRI of patient F. (1) T2W sagittal. (2) T2W axial. The possibility of cervical invasion was not suspected even when images were re-reviewed postoperatively. (G) MRI of patient G. (1): T2W sagittal. (2): DWI axial. Although slight enlargement of the left external iliac LN and left obturator LN was observed, when the images were re-reviewed, both were 5 mm or less in the short diameter, and it was difficult to suspect LN metastases preoperatively. (H) MRI of patient H. (1): T2W sagittal. (2): T2W axial. Stage IA disease was suspected even when the images were re-reviewed postoperatively. (I) MRI of patient I. (1) T2W sagittal. (2) T2W axial. When the images were reviewed after surgery, the peritoneal nodules were not evident; however, severe ascites was seen in the 65-year-old patient. (J) MRI of patient J. (1) T2W sagittal. (2) T2W axial. Complications of adenomyosis were observed in this patient. Even when the images were re-reviewed postoperatively, findings that would indicate the possibility of right adnexal invasion and left external iliac LN metastases were scarce. MRI: Magnetic resonance imaging, LN: Lymph node, T2W: T2 weighted, DWI: diffusion weighted image

Figure 3: (F) MRI of patient F. (1) T2W sagittal. (2) T2W axial. The possibility of cervical invasion was not suspected even when images were re-reviewed postoperatively. (G) MRI of patient G. (1): T2W sagittal. (2): DWI axial. Although slight enlargement of the left external iliac LN and left obturator LN was observed, when the images were re-reviewed, both were 5 mm or less in the short diameter, and it was difficult to suspect LN metastases preoperatively. (H) MRI of patient H. (1): T2W sagittal. (2): T2W axial. Stage IA disease was suspected even when the images were re-reviewed postoperatively. (I) MRI of patient I. (1) T2W sagittal. (2) T2W axial. When the images were reviewed after surgery, the peritoneal nodules were not evident; however, severe ascites was seen in the 65-year-old patient. (J) MRI of patient J. (1) T2W sagittal. (2) T2W axial. Complications of adenomyosis were observed in this patient. Even when the images were re-reviewed postoperatively, findings that would indicate the possibility of right adnexal invasion and left external iliac LN metastases were scarce. MRI: Magnetic resonance imaging, LN: Lymph node, T2W: T2 weighted, DWI: diffusion weighted image