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NeutroSpec scan

NeutroSpec scan

NeutroSpec scan: A NeutroSpec scan is used to quickly identify infection in the body, particularly abdominal, chest, and deep cavity infections; intravenously-administered technetium-labeled immunoglobulins bind to the patient's white blood cells and mark the infected or inflamed area(s). The concentrated radioactivity is easily detected with a scintillation camera. NeutroSpec scanning does not differentiate between infectious and noninfectious inflammation.

NeutroSpec scan: Other Names

Other names for NeutroSpec scan include:

  • Tc-labeled fanolesomab scan

Symptoms Associated with NeutroSpec scan

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Diseases Associated with NeutroSpec scan

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Basic Information: NeutroSpec scan

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