47 year old female with left breast cancer completed treatment
five years ago. Mammogram eight months ago revealed lumpectomy
changes in the left breast and no abnormalities in the right breast.
The patient had a 1.0 cm indeterminant lesion in the right lobe
of the liver on CT scan performed for abdominal pain. PET/CT was
done to evaluate the liver for possible metastases.
This patient is a 57 year old male with a growing RUL nodule.
Presents for evaluation of suspected lung cancer.
53 year old male with intermittent fevers and palpable left axillary
adenopathy had a node biopsy demonstrating non-Hodgkin’s
lymphoma. PET/CT was done for staging.