PET/CT shows promise in detecting breast cancer bone metastases

07/16/2010 | HealthImaging.com

PET/CT was able to detect 12 cases of bone metastases of breast cancer that were either negative or equivocal on bone scintigraphy, a study showed. PET/CT also was able to determine nonbone metastases, suggesting that additional imaging tests might no longer be required when using this method.

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