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ProstaScint fusion imaging: ProstaScint fusion imaging combines nuclear medicine and either magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or computed tomography (CT) to localize recurrent or metastatic prostate cancer and overlap this functional data with anatomical information from the MRI or CT; radiolabeled antibodies specific for prostate-specific antigen are administered, a whole body MRI or CT is performed, and then the radioactivity is identified using a gamma-ray camera.
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