From the case: Extramedullary plasmacytoma in the stomach
The upper gastro-intestinal bleeding was initially managed endoscopically, however, rebleeding occured and a second, arterial phase CT was performed two weeks later to prepare for angiographic embolisation.
Axial C+ arterial phase
CT scan performed almost one month later for evaluating the vascularity of the tumour in order to perform embolisation for recurrent bleeding from a tumour ulceration. Tumour is now known to be a plasmacytoma, based on histopathological analysis of the biopsies performed after admission.