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Imaging spectrum of peritoneal carcinomatosis on FDG PET/CT

In Japanese Journal of Radiology
By: Puranik AD.
Contributor(s): Shah S | Agrawal A | Purandare NC | drvrangarajan@gmail.com | Rangarajan V.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: Vol 32 Issues 10.Publisher: 2014Description: 571-578.Subject(s): FDG PET/CT | Lymphoma | Mesothelioma | Colon | Ovary | Peritoneum | DDC classification: In: Japanese Journal of RadiologySummary: Recognition of patterns has always been extremely important in cross-sectional imaging. Peritoneal involvement, both primary and as dissemination from abdominopelvic malignancies, is manifested in different forms, purely because of anatomical complexity. We studied series of peritoneal involvement by 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose positron-emission tomography/computed tomography fusion imaging and derived patterns of tracer uptake on maximum intensity projection and cross-sectional fusion images.
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Recognition of patterns has always been extremely important in cross-sectional imaging. Peritoneal involvement, both primary and as dissemination from abdominopelvic malignancies, is manifested in different forms, purely because of anatomical complexity. We studied series of peritoneal involvement by 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose positron-emission tomography/computed tomography fusion imaging and derived patterns of tracer uptake on maximum intensity projection and cross-sectional fusion images.

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