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High-resolution computed tomography (HRCT) (figure 1) and gallium scans revealed bilateral temporoparietal osteitis.
However, since any type of inflammation causes gallium uptake, a positive gallium scan does not necessarily mean that the patient has sarcoidosis.
Bone scan, gallium scan, and hip aspiration in the diagnosis of infected total hip arthroplasty.
Gallium scan demonstrated significant uptake in both lungs; transbronchial biopsy later revealed noncaseating granulomas compatible with the diagnosis of sarcoidosis.
Gallium scan demonstrated significant increased uptake in both lungs.