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Clinical Nuclear Medicine:
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Dynamic FDG PET/CT Imaging With Diuresis Demonstrates an Enterovesical Fistula in a Lymphoma Patient With Repeated Colon Diverticulitis

Kao, Pan-Fu MD, MSc*†; Ting, Wen-Chien MD*‡; Hsiao, Pei-Ching MD; Kao, Yu-Lin MD; Chang, Pai-Jung MSc; Lee, Jong-Kang MD, PhD*†

Erratum

Erratum

In the article by Kao et al on pages 272—275 of the April issue, the authors’ affiliations were represented incorrectly. The corrected affiliations are as follows:

Pan-Fu Kao, MD, MSc,*† Wen-Chien Ting, MD,*‡ Pei-Ching Hsiao, MD,*§ Yu-Lin Kao, MD,*¶ Pai-Jung Chang, MSc,† and Jong-Kang Lee, MD, PhD*†

*School of Medicine, Chung Shan Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan, and Departments of †Nuclear Medicine, ‡Colon and Rectal Surgery, §Hematology, and ¶Urology, Chung Shan Medical University Hospital, Taichung, Taiwan.

The publisher regrets the error.

Clinical Nuclear Medicine. 38(7):588, July 2013.

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Abstract

Abstract: A 43-year-old male patient with follicular B-cell lymphoma was referred for a FDG PET/CT scan due to severe left lower abdominal pain to rule out recurrent cancer. These FDG PET/CT images and previous FDG PET/CT images 5 months ago both revealed an air bubble in the urinary bladder on the CT images. He had a recurrent urinary tract infection history for 6 months. A list-mode dynamic data acquisition with diuresis intravenous injection revealed linear FDG activity extending from the upper-left portion of the bladder to a soft tissue mass in the lower-left pelvic region. An enterovesical fistula was confirmed by surgery.

© 2013 by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

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