Radioiodine breast uptake in nonbreastfeeding women: clinical and scintigraphic characteristics.

  title={Radioiodine breast uptake in nonbreastfeeding women: clinical and scintigraphic characteristics.},
  author={Muhammad M Hammami and Siema M. Bakheet},
  journal={Journal of nuclear medicine : official publication, Society of Nuclear Medicine},
  volume={37 1},
UNLABELLED We studied the scintigraphic and associated clinical characteristics of radioiodine breast uptake in nonbreastfeeding thyroid cancer patients undergoing routine whole-body radioiodine scanning. METHODS We performed a retrospective review of the radioiodine scans and medical records of 30 prospectively collected cases. RESULTS Twenty-three nonpregnant patients had discontinued breastfeeding for a mean of 11.4 mo. Three postmenopausal and four single nulliparous patients had… CONTINUE READING
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