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Offline beefy123

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radionuclide scan
« on: July 05, 2013, 03:22:29 PM »
hi could anybody shed some light on these scan images as my surgeon wasn't overly helpful, he has promised me the world before now but when these results came back hima nd 4 surgeons said look i'm sorry we can't do anything surgically to help you! i'm only 30 and i just wondered if anybody could give me some info many thanks
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Offline fire535

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Re: radionuclide scan
« Reply #1 on: July 09, 2013, 04:14:15 PM »
A few days after the imageing you should be able to attain the radiologist were the film was taken.  That being said I am not a doctor but had this test done.  The darker spots is were the material was taken up, and is supposed to show if bone metabolism and attempts at regrowth.  The theory is that is should show were the arthritis is in your knees.  Good Luck.















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