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Figure 2: Female patient aged 67 years with adenocarcinoma grade II, staged T2 N0. MRI of (a and b) sagittal T2 and axial T1 showing mass involving the lower one-third of the rectum and anorectal junction (red arrowhead in a). It is seen infiltrating the submucosa and the muscularis propria of the rectal wall with no extra serosal extension and intact mesorectal fat and fascia (blue arrow in b).

Figure 2: Female patient aged 67 years with adenocarcinoma grade II, staged T2 N0. MRI of (a and b) sagittal T2 and axial T1 showing mass involving the lower one-third of the rectum and anorectal junction (red arrowhead in a). It is seen infiltrating the submucosa and the muscularis propria of the rectal wall with no extra serosal extension and intact mesorectal fat and fascia (blue arrow in b).