Sup 3: Image – Maximum SUV visualised on 18F-FDG PET/CT images
The maximum SUV measured in a node of an HIV-positive participant was 54.2 in the pelvis of participant 42. This participant had the third highest tumour SUV (62.81) in the HIV-positive group and the fourth-highest tumour SUV out of all of the participants. In comparison, the highest SUV measured in a pelvic node in an HIV-negative participant was 25.02 (participant 127) and the maximum node overall visualised in an HIV-negative participant was 26.6 in the head and neck region (participant 28).

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