Researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine found that FDG-PET/MRI prompted significant pain care alterations among 56% of individuals with joint pain, lower back pain, occipital neuralgia and sciatica, and changes included minimally invasive or surgical procedures and/or treatment modifications. The findings were presented at the SNMMI Annual Meeting.
FDG-PET/MRI shows promise in managing pain treatment
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