FDG imaging

FDG imaging

A type of positron emission tomography using the contrast agent fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG). This technique is esp. useful in detecting melanomas, lymphomas, and cancers of the head, neck, lung, and breast and of the colorectal and genitourinary systems.
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Companies must devise methods to either store or manufacture the FDG imaging agent within the proximity of the examination site.
This dual purpose camera will provide continual opportunity to increase patient imaging services and revenues as HCFA approves additional procedures for FDG imaging.
FDG imaging can also be combined with an Rb-82 rest and stress imaging protocol as clinically appropriate.
OTS8 FDG IMAGING IN IDENTIFYING INFECTED TOTAL JOINT ARTHROPLASTY.