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Bone Case 14

Details on the Request Card

65 year old male with known R hilar non-small cell carcinoma of the lung. Increasing chest pain ? bony metastases

Procedure

Anterior and posterior whole body images obtained 3 hours after injection

scan image

Questions

1) Describe the 3 major abnormalities
2) What is the most likely pathophysiological explanation for them?
3) Name some common associated conditions
4) Are these abnormalities likely to be visible on other imaging modalities?
5) Are these abnormalities likely to be symptomatic?

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