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Figure 6: Paired TRUS elastography images (a- shear wave elastogram, top and b- B-mode image, bottom) showing hypoechoic lesion in the right posterolateral aspect of the prostate (arrow) (a) and a corresponding elastogram color map showing high stiffness (124 kPa) and was found to be prostate cancer on biopsy. Note the normal tissue on the left side (b) with uniform low stiffness (28-37 kPa)

Figure 6: Paired TRUS elastography images (a- shear wave elastogram, top and b- B-mode image, bottom) showing hypoechoic lesion in the right posterolateral aspect of the prostate (arrow) (a) and a corresponding elastogram color map showing high stiffness (124 kPa) and was found to be prostate cancer on biopsy. Note the normal tissue on the left side (b) with uniform low stiffness (28-37 kPa)