How to Proceed where Conventional Investigations fail to Diagnose Cause of Raised Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR)

After use of conventional investigations like ultra sonogram, CT, X-Rays, MRIs and routine blood tests, if no diagnosis is forthcoming, they suggest FDG/PET/CT.

In this way, they have established diagnosis of Large vessel vasculitis like Giant Cell Arteritis, malignancy and autoimmune diseases in otherwise undiagnosed cases of raised ESR.

Read more; Clinician On Net: How to Proceed where Conventional Investigations fail to Diagnose Cause of Raised Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR).

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