Under fasting, after intravenous injection of F-18-FDG, the patient took a rest for about 60 minutes and then underwent PET/CT imaging.
These images were clear. A mass was discovered in the superior lobe of right lung, approximately 4.5*3.5 cm in size, with an abnormal increase of radioactive uptake. SUVmax=11.1. Unequal nodule shadows were seen in the right lung, maximumly 0.8 cm in diameter, some of which had slightly increased radioactive uptake. SUVmax=2.0. The stripy shadows were scattered in the right lung and partially calcified. No abnormal radioactive uptake was observed. No solid lesion or abnormal increase of radioactive uptake was seen in the left lung. Multiple enlarged lymph nodes were seen in the bilateral supraclavicular regions, high level of paratracheal (group 2) area, anterior trachea and posterior precaval vein (group 4), right hilum (10 R) and anterior septum transversum, with abnormal increase of radioactive uptake. SUVmax=6.0; No obviously enlarged lymph nodes and abnormal increase of radioactive uptake were found in the hilum of the left lung. Multiple localized thickening areas were found in the right pleura, with abnormal increase of radioactive uptake. SUVmax=7.4. A small amount of pleural effusion was discovered on the right side. The esophageal wall was not obviously thickened, with no abnormally increased radioactive uptake foci. No abnormal radioactive distribution was found in the bilateral mammary glands. No obviously enlarged lymph nodes and abnormally increased radioactive uptake foci were found in the bilateral armpits and inner mammary glands.
No abnormal density shadows and abnormal radioactive uptake were seen in the vaginal stump after the ovarian cancer operation. No obvious enlarged lymph nodes and abnormally increased radioactive uptake foci were seen in the retroperitoneum, nearby bilateral iliac vessels and the groins. The liver was normal in size and shape. No obviously abnormal density shadows were found under low-dose CT plain scan. The radioactive distribution was uneven and the delayed imaging tended to be normal. The intrahepatic and extrahepatic bile ducts were not dilated. Gallbladder wall was not significantly thickened and no abnormally increased radioactive uptake foci were observed. The spleen was normal in size and shape and the radioactive distribution was even. No abnormal radioactive concentration was seen in the pancreas. The shape, size and density were normal. The pancreatic duct was not dilated. The gastric wall was not significantly thickened and no abnormally increased radioactive uptake foci were found. A small amount of physiologic radioactive uptake was observed in each segment of the intestine. The shape of bilateral adrenal glands was normal and no obviously abnormal radioactive uptake was observed. No abnormal density shadows and abnormally increased radioactive uptake foci were observed in bilateral renal parenchyma. The renal pelvis and calyces were not significantly dilated. The bladder was not filling well.