The Performance of Multi-tracer Multimodality PET in Lymphoma

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    Beijing Cancer Hospital
Updated on 6 February 2023


Investigating the performance of Multi-tracer Multimodality PET in lymphoma


In this study investigators evaluated Nodal and Extranodal Lymphoma Lesions uptake by different molecular probe such as FDG, FAPI-04 via multimodality PET (PET/CT and PET/MR). Our Previous studies have shown that uptake of FAPI-04 on PET may be an indicator of lymphoma lesions. The combination of PET with CT/MR allows for depicting metabolic, functional and morphological properties of tumor lesions at the same time, which is therefore an alternative attractive pairing for diagnosis, staging and prognosis of lymphoma.

Condition pet scans, emission computed tomography, pet imaging, POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY, pet scan
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT05004961
SponsorBeijing Cancer Hospital
Last Modified on6 February 2023

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