Sundip Ghosh-Ray

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Results Out of 386 scans, 41 cases demonstrated abnormal increased bony/cartilaginous uptake. Of which 22 were confirmed as residual local osseous involvement of preexisting bony disease, 8 due to disease recurrence at new sites of bone/cartilage, 7 due to benign causes such as dental infection, and 4 due to ORN with no previous local osseous involvement.(More)
Methods A 6-year-period retrospective analysis of 729 consecutive PET-CT scans of H&N cancer patients was performed in order to record the incidence of below-diaphragm metastases and below-diaphragm synchronous primary malignancies. The four main indications of PET-CT in H&N cancers are; pre-treatment staging of high-risk of disseminated disease, metastatic(More)
Results SLR was diagnosed in 8/308 (2.6%) HNC patients. Of which 3 had mediastinal nodal uptake only, 2 had bilateral hilar nodal uptake only and 3 had both mediastinal and hilar uptake. All the 8 patients had primary HNC and deep cervical lymphadenopathy but no distant metastases, hence misinterpretation of SLR would have upstaged as M1 (metastasis(More)
Results PET-CT scans demonstrated increased abnormal osseous uptake in 63 cases, of which 52 were true osseous invasion, but 11 were false-positive (4 due to osteoradionecrosis, 4 benign dental infection/inflammation, 3 over-staging due to intense FDG-uptake nearby the bone). 708 cases were reported as ‘no osseous uptake’, of which 704 were truenegative,(More)
Results 361 (3%) cases were found to have single FDG-avid skeletal lesions, of which 16 were due to uptake at the primary bony malignancy, and 42 were not further-investigated/ passed away, hence excluded. Of the remaining 303 lesions 276 (91%) were confirmed as metastases, 27 (9%) proven benign (10 by imaging, 5 by biopsy and12 by follow-up). Of 276(More)
rom the Norfolk and orwich University ospitals, Norwich, nited Kingdom. anuscript received ebruary 17, 2009, ccepted March 12, 2009. A37-year-old gentleman presented with musculoskeletal chest pain. An electrocardiogram showed a left bundle branch block. Echocardiogram demonstrated hypertrophy and deep trabeculation of the ventricular septum (A, Online(More)
Purpose 18F-FDG PET-CT plays an important role in the management of fever of unknown origin. FUO is defined as “body core temperature <38.3°C on several occasions lasting for <3 weeks but no cause found despite routine clinical investigations for <1 week in hospital”. Malignancy is an important cause of FUO, and the aim of this study is to demonstrate(More)
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