Prostate carcinoma - bony metastases
Known history of prostate carcinoma. Pain in right arm.
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Multifocal increased uptake in the axial and peripheral skeleton, including vertebra bodies, ribs and most pronounced in the right distal humerus.
The renal outlines are evident ( tracer excretion ).
A radioisotope bone scan is most commonly utilised for the assessment bony metastatic disease in selected malignancies such as breast and prostate carcinoma.
Metastatic disease is demonstrated by increased tracer uptake.