Other imaging techniques, such as MRI and bone scintigram
, are redundant since they neither make the diagnosis more secure nor influence the choice of treatment.
The reported main radiological methods were a bone scintigram
For further investigations, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the pelvis and the head, a bone scintigram
, and a dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) were performed.
Whole body bone scan [Figure 1]c and chest computer tomography (CT), [Figure 1]d identified a focal area with increased technetium-99m diphosphonate scintigram
uptake over the right scapula compatible with right scapular mass and a large cauliflower-like osteosclerotic lesion exophytic from the inner area of the right scapular body.
Usually, one vial (111-185 MBq) of DaTSCAN is intravenously administered to an adult patient for brain scintigram
which is taken 3 to 6 hours after administration.
Chronic recurrent multifocal osteomyelitis (CRMO) with symmetric involvement of both femora: X-ray, bone scintigram
, and MR imaging findings in one case.
The tracer is often associated with the oedematous fluid so that an apparent decrease in tumour size is observed on the scintigram
The investigators applied scintigram
with intradermal injections of radioactive tracer at each IT to determine the skin blood flow .
Figure 1A shows the original whole-body scintigram
published by Nemmar et al.
Because GI bleeding is often intermittent and the clinical signs of active bleeding are often not reliable or may develop after the hemorrhage has ceased, the tagged red cell scintigram
has become an important prescreening tool before angiography.
Factors affecting sensitivity and specificity of a diagnostic test: the exercise thallium scintigram
All received a renal ultrasonogram and initial renal technetium-99m--labeled dimercaptosuccinic acid scintigram
within 48 hours after diagnosis of urinary tract infection.