Molecular imaging for kidney tumors tells benign/malignant

hope_123
hope_123 Member Posts: 21

Hello all, in my researching my condition I found that UCLA and Johns Hopkins have something called a Sestamibi SPECT scan which can tell with greater accuracy if a renal mass is benign vs, malignant. There aren't many hospitals that have this technology but it's coming along in the future. Just wanted to pass on that UCLA has a molecular imaging program for those with renal masses to find out what they actually are in a minimally invasive way.

UCLA molecular imaging for small renal masses program:

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  • Deanie0916
    Deanie0916 Member Posts: 532 Member
    edited March 2021 #2
    Thanks

    For sharing this! The more research the better!

  • lobbyist0724
    lobbyist0724 Member Posts: 494 Member
    edited March 2021 #3
    Thanks for sharing, it is

    Thanks for sharing, it is always good to see new tech and new drugs become available!