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Title: Incidental detection of a Wandering spleen by Technetium – 99m
Authors: Khan, Shoukat H.
Rather, Tanveer A.
Keywords: wandering spleen
Issue Date: Jul-2005
Publisher: JK-Practitioner
Citation: http://medind.nic.in/jab/t05/i3/jabt05i3p135.pdf
Series/Report no.: 12(3)
Abstract: Wandering spleen can be an elusive diagnosis requiring a high degree of clinical suspicion. Abdominal ultrasound, computerized axial tomography and nuclear imaging are often used to confirm the diagnosis. The case presented is that of a patient who had abdominal pain for last 2 months and was by chance found to have a wandering spleen onTechnetium – 99m sulfur colloid imaging.
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