- FDG-avid lesions in the subcutaneous tissues of the right neck along with 2 FDG-avid lesions in the liver. These findings are suspicious for renal cell carcinoma metastatic disease.
- Non-FDG-avid lytic lesion in the T1 vertebral body which could be degenerative in nature, however metastatic disease is not ruled out.
- 4 mm lung nodule which is too small to be characterized by PET. This could be secondary to granulomatous disease, however follow up CT in 6 months to document stability should be considered.
|Clinical Utility: Combined PET-CT is more accurate than PET alone or CT alone for the depiction of malignancy in the head and neck (May 2005 Radiology, 235, 580-586).