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Ozen Oz Gul, Pinar Sisman, Soner Cander, Erdem Gozden, Meral Kurt, Ozlem Saraydaroglu, Turkay Kirdak, Canan Ersoy, and Erdinc Erturk

(SUV max : 7.2) nodular lesions in the left lateral lobe of thyroid gland on follow-up positron emission tomography–computed tomography (PET/CT) scan performed by the hematology department. The patient had been diagnosed with anal fissure and operated

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Huanyu Ding, Yang Li, Caishun Ruan, Yuan Gao, Hehua Wang, Xiangsong Zhang, and Zhihong Liao

the reason of central diabetes insipidus and fever, he underwent the whole body and brain PET/CT using FDG and 13 N-NH3. PET/CT scan revealed elevated metabolic activity of FDG in posterior pituitary, long bones of limbs, axial skeleton, spleen

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Ravi Kumar Menon, Francesco Ferrau, Tom R Kurzawinski, Gill Rumsby, Alexander Freeman, Zahir Amin, Márta Korbonits, and Teng-Teng L L Chung

mutation c.5452_5453delAT in exon 37 of NF1 (RefSeq NM_000267.3). In 2012, a routine surveillance ultrasound revealed a left adrenal mass, which on 123 I-metaIodo benzyl guanidine scan showed weak uptake. She was referred to our joint endocrine

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Noman Ahmad, Abdulmonem Mohammed Almutawa, Mohamed Ziyad Abubacker, Hossam Ahmed Elzeftawy, and Osama Abdullah Bawazir

also had 18 F-FDG PET scan, which revealed high uptake in the area shown on MRI with no other lesion identified ( Fig. 5 ). He underwent a second operation and had a laparotomy for enucleation of a tumour measuring 1.5 cm in diameter. He recovered well

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Tejhmal Rehman, Ali Hameed, Nigel Beharry, J Du Parcq, and Gul Bano

. He had no history of any discharge from the nipples and had never used any illicit drugs. In his past medical history, he reported an episode of left breast lump nine years ago. This was investigated with an ultrasound scan and fine-needle aspiration

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Sarah Y Qian, Matthew J L Hare, Alan Pham, and Duncan J Topliss

(NIPHS) and dumping syndrome. The patient underwent a 68 Ga Dotatate PET that demonstrated a small focus of intense Dotatate uptake in the body of the pancreas in keeping with an insulinoma ( Fig. 1 ). An MRI scan was concordant, showing an ill

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Ana Gonçalves Ferreira, Tiago Nunes da Silva, Sofia Alegria, Maria Carlos Cordeiro, and Jorge Portugal

malignant disease, so a staging 68 Ga-DOTANOC PET-CT scan was performed. It showed increased uptake in the abdominal mass only, with no evidence of disease elsewhere ( Fig. 1 ). Figure 1 Left: Abdominal mass – paraganglioma (arrow); right: 68-Ga

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Thien Vinh Luong, Lars Rejnmark, Anne Kirstine Arveschoug, Peter Iversen, and Lars Rolighed

includes CT scans, either as a 4D CT or combined with PET tracers such as 11 C-methionine (MET) and 18 F-Fluorocholine (FCH) ( 9 ). In our hospital, MET-PET/CT is used in the case of negative or inconclusive conventional imaging studies before PTX or in

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K Nadarasa, M Bailey, H Chahal, O Raja, R Bhat, C Gayle, A B Grossman, and M R Druce

surgical resection margins, with lymphovascular invasion and adherence to the surrounding thyroid tissue. Post-operative CT and FDG–PET scans showed no evidence of residual disease. Over the following two years, her calcium and PTH levels remained within

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I Huguet, C Lamas, R Vera, A Lomas, R P Quilez, A Grossman, and F Botella

. Functional imaging with radiolabelled octreotide (Octreoscan) and fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG)-positron emission tomography (PET) scanning demonstrated mild uptake of both tracers in the midline, adjacent to L2, and further CT scanning was undertaken