xSPECT Bone Scan Provides Images that Lead to Diagnosis where MR and CT were Inconclusive
Read how Dr. Gary Marano of West Virginia University was able to improve diagnostic accuracy by leveraging xSPECT Bone to discover a diagnosis missed by MRI and CT.

xSPECT Bone was able to help discover acetabular osteomyelitis in a 12-year-old-boy after an MRI study was deemed inconclusive. Pelvic osteomyelitis presenting in children is rare, and early diagnosis is important for avoiding permanent defects. The SPECT/CT xSPECT Bone study helped arrive at the diagnosis.

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xSPECT Bone sharply delineatesacetabular osteomyelitis in a12-year-old boy 0.8 MB

 

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