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Bone scan of the ankle

Bone scan of the ankle

Bone scan of the ankle: A bone scan of the ankle is a test that traces the amount of an intravenously-delivered radioactive substance metabolized by bone; radioactivity is uniformly metabolized by normal bones, whereas diseased bone acquires the radioactive substance more readily and is detected by a gamma-ray camera.

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Symptoms Associated with Bone scan of the ankle

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