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Figure 2: Case 2. Tongue squamous cell carcinoma in a 59-year-old male. (a) Doppler sonography shows tumor thickness (3.8 mm) and tumor without vascular signals. (b) Strain elastography shows strain values of tumor (T1: 0.000%) and control (R: 0.967%). (c and d) Histological slides show well to moderately differentiated squamous cell carcinoma with exophytic and endophytic growth. The tumor invades into the muscle. The maximum depth of invasion of the tumor is 3.6 mm (c, red line), and the maximum thickness is 6.1 mm (d, black line). The values are rounded off the second decimal place. Red pin: Deepest portion. Light blue line: Reference plane. Scale bar: 5.0 mm

Figure 2: Case 2. Tongue squamous cell carcinoma in a 59-year-old male. (a) Doppler sonography shows tumor thickness (3.8 mm) and tumor without vascular signals. (b) Strain elastography shows strain values of tumor (T1: 0.000%) and control (R: 0.967%). (c and d) Histological slides show well to moderately differentiated squamous cell carcinoma with exophytic and endophytic growth. The tumor invades into the muscle. The maximum depth of invasion of the tumor is 3.6 mm (c, red line), and the maximum thickness is 6.1 mm (d, black line). The values are rounded off the second decimal place. Red pin: Deepest portion. Light blue line: Reference plane. Scale bar: 5.0 mm