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ECR 2010 / C-3424
FDG-PET scanning in extranodal marginal zone mucosa-associated lympoid tissue (MALT) lymphoma.
Congress: ECR 2010
Poster No.: C-3424
Type: Scientific Exhibit
Topic: Molecular Imaging - Your latest results
Keywords: Molecular imaging
Authors: K. Hayasaka1, M. Koyama1, T. Yamashita1, T. Nihashi2; 1Tokyo/JP, 2Nagoya/JP


 The SUVmax of MALT was >1.5 at 79 sites (Sensiyivity 96.3%).

 We identified FDG avidity in 71.4% of extra-nodal MALT lymphoma but in 50.0% of orbital MALT. Two patients with bone marrow invasion were understaged.

 However, these results suggested that PET is a useful tool with which to stage, restage after therapy, or monitor disease in patients with extra- nodal MALT lymphoma.



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