Whether genetic, age-related, or trauma-induced, diagnosing musculoskeletal injuries and conditions can be difficult. Combining physiological and anatomical information, SPECT/CT is your one-stop tool for quickly pinpointing the source of pain and confirming the presence of infection or disease—possibly reducing the need for exploratory surgery or other diagnostic procedures.
Hear how nuclear medicine experts from four diverse sites are leveraging significant advancements in SPECT/CT, such as better image quality and quantification, to change their approach to patient management.
Orthopedic view on utilizing SPECT/CT in clinical practice
Our experience using xSPECT/CT bone in musculoskeletal medicine
Garran Medical Imaging, Canberra, Australia
Possible applications for xSPECT Quant
University Hospital Basel, Basel, Switzerland
Efficiency by routine: MSK xSPECT/CT
Green Heart Hospital, Gouda, The Netherlands
Data courtesy of Garran Medical Imaging, Garran, Canberra, Australia, University Radiology Associates, Syracuse, NY, USA, WVU Medical Center, Morgantown, WV, USA, and Groene Hart Hospital, Gouda, The Netherlands