DesG Posted September 25, 2019 Share Posted September 25, 2019 Hello guys, due to see Radiologist, Oncologist tomorrow morning. Have report from bone scan done yesterday. Conclusion: Scan findings are consistent with disseminated osteoblastic metastases predominantly in the axial skeletal. C3 vertebral body C3 left pedicle and c5 vertebral body. Almost the entire thoracis spine more pronounced in T2, T3, T12 L1-L4 vertebrae including L4 spinous process. Upper manubrium on the right and lower sternum Multiple ribs bilaterally, more prominent in the right 3rd rib abterolatterally and the right 5th rib anteriorly. Small focus in right humeral head adjacent to the glenohumeral joint. What are the options for treatment? At the Garvan Seminar on Friday there was a presentation by Prof Louise Emmett from St Vincents on LuPSMA is this an option. Or what do you think they will offer? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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