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Figure 2: (A) Longitudinal colour Doppler scan shows a superficial, irregular, anechoic and a deeper, vaguely, echogenic component demonstrating mild vascularity shown by the red and blue color in the USG image representing flow of blood in different directions in the lesion. (B) Coronal CECT image shows a non-enhancing, predominantly water density mass with few enhancing septae and a homogenously enhancing vascular component within the tongue.

Figure 2: (A) Longitudinal colour Doppler scan shows a superficial, irregular, anechoic and a deeper, vaguely, echogenic component demonstrating mild vascularity shown by the red and blue color in the USG image representing flow of blood in different directions in the lesion. (B) Coronal CECT image shows a non-enhancing, predominantly water density mass with few enhancing septae and a homogenously enhancing vascular component within the tongue.