Hybrid imaging improves diagnosis of diabetic foot infection

06/12/2013 | News-Medical.Net

Researchers reported at the SNMMI Annual Meeting that a dual-isotope SPECT/CT imaging method can allow for the differentiation between diabetic foot infection and a related foot condition called Charcot joint with a single scan. The process reduces the patient's diagnosis time and radiation amount by eliminating the need for second-day bone-marrow imaging.

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