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How would a morten's neurom a look on a T1 weighted image? T2?
On T1 It will be hypointense to fat since it in not true nerve tissue which would be high in fat.
On T2 it will be hypointense to muscle,
This type of bone scan will cause growth plates to light up in will be increased in any process with increaed bone turn over.
This type of bone scan lights up in presence of lactoferrin, transferrin, and others to demonstrate areas of inflammation that may be related to infection
This scan is like Gallium, but is better for acute infection.
Your patient gertrude has a red hot swollen foot and you are trying to decide if the foot has Charcot or osteo.
Here is the imaging report from the test you ordered.
Ga - and Tc +
What does this most likely indicate?